University of Southampton research finds public places can feature high frequency sounds beyond occupational health limits Exposure to high frequency sounds beyond the range of human hearing from public
No stranger to putting its own spin on the Ford Mustang, Roush Performance has never been at a loss for ways to make the pipes of the pony car wail. Tuning that raucous rumble, however, is another story.
From the tiny speakers in our iPhones to the massive amps at a heavy metal conference, there are many different types of speakers in the world, but they all use the same basic acoustic principles to fill
Sound can identify the contents of homemade bombs, measure the temperature in a nuclear reactor, and even perform brain surgery. Sound can identify the contents of homemade bombs, measure the temperature
That's the goal of a new Kickstarter project for the Here Active Listening System, which is basically a pair of earbuds designed to filter and process the sounds of real life. The idea with the Here earbuds