Anecoic (camera)

Anecoic (camera)

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A anechoic chamber It is one whose walls have a structure that absorbs all sounds. The upper surfaces are covered with sound-absorbing material, such as glass fiber or mineral wool, both in sheets and in vertical and horizontal cubes. The roof and floor are similarly filled; with a narrow metal mesh just above the ground, which provides an optimal surface to walk. Sound reflection can be reduced from one to 1000 in this room, simulating the acoustic conditions of unobstructed free space.

While inside you feel an unpleasant sensation of total padding and it is possible, after a few seconds of adaptation, to feel your heartbeat perfectly.

Anechoic chambers are used to study human reactions to absolute silence.

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