This release of Nureva Console includes:
- Voice Amplification Mode (beta) for the HDL300 and Dual HDL300 systems
- Speaker presets for the HDL200, HDL300, and Dual HDL300 systems
- User settings feature for Nureva Console cloud
- Developer Toolkit new feature
Voice Amplification Mode (beta)
With Voice Amplification Mode, an instructor wearing a wireless headset microphone connected to an HDL300 or Dual HDL300 will have an amplified voice in the room. The HDL300 system's full-room audio pickup continues to ensure that remote participants hear all voices from the classroom clearly. This beta feature is activated by updating Nureva Console client and completing a firmware update. Once activated, Voice Amplification Mode is managed exclusively through the cloud application.
For additional information, please see the following articles:
As a part of this latest release, we have added new settings to make it easier to optimize the speakers on your Nureva audio conferencing system.
We added speaker pre-sets for treble and bass output that are optimized for both meeting rooms and classroom environments. Simply select the preset that you prefer for your environment, and the treble and bass will be set appropriately. If additional adjustment is required, select "custom" to adjust treble and bass individually. This feature is available for Nureva HDL200, HDL300, and Dual HLD300 systems.
For additional information about optimizing your Nureva audio conferencing system, please see the articles listed below.
Nureva Console cloud now includes the User settings feature. This feature allows users to update their first and last names. User settings can be accessed by clicking on the user icon in the top, right-hand corner of the Nureva Console cloud dashboard, then choosing User settings.
OAuth Service Apps
OAuth Service Apps is a new authorization type supported within the Nureva Developer toolkit. This feature can enable integrations between our devices and virtually any hardware with the capabilities to make API requests via HTTPS. This feature even works with hardware that does not have the ability to support user granted authorizations.
OAuth Service Apps are offered to support device-to webserver type authorizations and are similar to JSON Web Tokens (JWTs). When you create a trusted application, a client ID and secret are generated for your associated Console account. These will be required to enable authorization between the device and our developer toolkit before any API calls can subsequently be made.
For more details see the Developer Toolkit documentation.
With this release, some Windows® users may notice that after their update is complete that the Nureva Updater Service is no longer running and cannot be restarted. This is a known issue and the Nureva Updater Service will be removed during a future update to Nureva Console client.
Last updated: June 22, 2021