Inside the world's quietest room

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+4 1. joeman commented 7 years ago

Wow... cool room!
Thanks :) :)
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+59 2. WildMonkey commented 7 years ago

A few questions:
1. Why do this?
2. Why go to the trouble of doing animation instead of, I don't know, video of the actual thing.
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+31 3. ol1v33r commented 7 years ago

i would pay five bucks to go in there for a minute
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+15 4. makbeth commented 7 years ago

other senses become more sensitive.....now that is interesting.


Also, no one can hear you fap :)
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+7 5. nomaddaf commented 7 years ago

It is very odd. You can hear someone talking but only the direct sound to your ear. They use these rooms to test microphones and speakers. In this way you are only testing direct sound and no echo.If you ever get a chance to try it ,don't pass it up.But you will go crazy in a very short time.
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+18 6. Natan_el_Tigre commented 7 years ago

Here's a decent video about how these rooms are often used:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Olh2rSb0guU
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+1 7. Bumfighter commented 7 years ago

I wuld totaly try to rip of a nasty fart in there. If there where about 5 ppl in there. Noone can hear it was me and it wuld stink more. >:)
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+3 8. ataneg commented 7 years ago

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+1 9. woodhatch commented 7 years ago

#5 I agree. I went in one of these rooms some 40 years ago with Celestion Speakers in Ipswich on a BT field trip. Amazing feeling but it really does do your head in. Was glad to get out afterwards!
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+2 10. torbengb commented 7 years ago

#4 and #7 go right ahead and embarrass yourselves. As #5 already mentioned, people *will* hear you - they just won't hear the echo bouncing back from the walls. Let me know when you do though, so I can make sure not to be there.
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+2 11. UofMichFan commented 7 years ago

I wonder what sex would be like in it?
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+2 12. cameramaster commented 7 years ago

There would be just me....and my screaming tinnitus....on second thoughts I'll pass.
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+2 13. loadrunner commented 7 years ago

I wish my neigbor, learning to play the trumpet has a room like that.
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+1 14. fjwjr commented 7 years ago

I heard about this....
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+3 15. loadrunner commented 7 years ago

Never knew it was possible to have less sound then 0 Decibel.
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+2 16. huldu commented 7 years ago

Why bother creating an animation about it rather than having a real person walk into the room? Silly video, nice room...
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0 17. snus69 commented 7 years ago

would like to make some farts inthere
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0 18. skeletron commented 7 years ago

Imagine if you farted in there! I would of liked to have seen a video of a guy with an acoustic guitar in there too!
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+1 19. kirkelicious commented 7 years ago

#15 1dB=10^(-5)N/mm^2

I once worked in such a room. The thing I noticed was a weird sensation of increased pressure on your ears.