Noise is defined as a sound that is undesired or interferes with one’s hearing of something, according to Merriam-Webster. We can argue which ones are more bothersome, but we can agree that persistent, loud and monotonous sounds in certain spaces are certainly a distraction. Not only do noisy air conditioning units in the living room, busy roads near a residence or the sound of wind or tires in an improperly sealed car bother us but can also indirectly affect one’s health.
Insulation is one of the most common attempts to block out noise, but recent technologies have been developed to reduce noise through what’s known as destructive interference. The idea is simple: A microphone catches the background noise, and produces an identical yet opposite sound wave — like a mirror image of the noise. When the two opposite waves meet, they cancel each other out. The result is silencing the bothersome noise. One of the most well-known uses of the technology in recent years has been in noise-canceling headphones.
Please contact us to find out more and see how you may be able to add an investment like this or basket to your portfolio: firstname.lastname@example.org