You may have heard about 3D art, but what about 3D audio? In a continually advancing technological age, it makes sense that age-old electronics are now a thing of the past. Engineers strive to make technology increasingly more realistic and alluring in an attempt to provide consumers with a deeply engaging experience. That’s where 3D audio comes into play. 3D sound provides an innovative experience to listeners, causing them to . . .
What do the United States, France, Germany and China all have in common? They’re hosts to sound art shows. Sonic art, or the creation of visual art using sound waves and vibrations, is a growing area of interest for artists and viewers. If you’re asking, “What is sound art?” keep reading to learn more about it and some of its notable artists. History of Sound Art Sound wave art has . . .
Vibration therapy uses vibrations created from sound to treat pain, muscle stiffness and other conditions, as well as help your body heal after an injury, like a broken bone. How does vibration therapy work, though? And how effective is it? We have the answers to your questions, and much more, below. How Vibration Therapy Works We know vibration therapy uses vibrations, but how does it affect our body, bones and . . .
We know noise can negatively affect humans, but can sound harm animals? Pet owners know how sounds, such as thunder during a storm, can affect their pets. It’s more than natural noises that affect animals though. Science now shows that in addition to humans, noise pollution also influences animals. Find out more about how animals are responding to sound below. How Marine Animals React to Sound Noise pollution studies on . . .
Sometimes, all you want is a quiet place to relax. Luckily, there’s plenty of places to go for fresh air, silence and peace of mind. From deserts, national reserves and human-made rooms, silent spots can be found everywhere in the world. Check out our list of the seven quietest, most relaxing places on Earth below: 1. Anechoic Chamber, Minn. Named the quietest place in the world, this anechoic chamber in . . .