If your apartment, house or work environment suffers from excessive noise that is out of your control, you may be interested in the new noise cancelling system that is capable of reducing noise from external factors.
The acoustic all system is mounted both internally and externally and is capable of reducing the noise throughout your office and living space. Watch the video below to learn more about this solar powered system created by Noxcel.
Whisper Noise Canceller (short for WNC) is an acoustical system to reduce external noise in an indoor space. It consists of an outdoor device (Outdoor Unit) that is mounted outside on a wall, door or window and an indoor device (Indoor Unit) that is placed indoors. The outdoor device detects the external noise, while the indoor device emits anti-phase sound waves to overlay and counterbalance noise waves for the purpose of noise reduction.
Exposure to noise is harmful to our health. It may cause insomnia, neurasthenia or other chronic illnesses.High frequency noise may damage our hearing. Infrasonic waves may disturb the middle ear function resulting in loss of balance, depression, and dizziness. Common noise-reducing headphones with single chip solutions only deal with the low-frequency noise below 1,000Hz, while human hearing ranges from 20Hz to 14,000Hz, and even up to 20,000Hz for children.
Surveys show that the majority of people are reluctant to wear headphones, earphones, or earplugs for a long time to avoid noise pollution. People prefer living spaces without noise and are interested in reducing high frequency noise, infrasonic waves and sometimes medium frequency voices from the background. To solve the above problems, we designed and developed the Whisper Noise Canceler,which is capable of protecting hearing and improving living and sleeping environments by reducing noise in your room.
For more information on the new Whisper Noise Canceller jump over to the Kickstarter website for details by following the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Gadgets News, Top News