Whispering Windows introduced to Mideast

Masonlite Multimedia, a distributor of high-end multimedia products in the Middle East, has announced the introduction of Whispering Windows, a revolutionary technology that turns a glass or a rigid surface into a massive sound radiator.

The technology is developed by FeONIC, a specialist in the conceptualisation, design, development and commercialisation of products based on smart materials.Whispering Windows is designed with an amplifier and automatic gain control system that allows the volume generated by the window to remain at a fixed level above ambient sound thus eliminating noise pollution, said a spokesman.Read the entire news on the source link below.Masonlite Multimedia, a distributor of high-end multimedia products in the Middle East, has announced the introduction of Whispering Windows, a revolutionary technology that turns a glass or a rigid surface into a massive sound radiator.

The technology is developed by FeONIC, a specialist in the conceptualisation, design, development and commercialisation of products based on smart materials.

Whispering Windows is designed with an amplifier and automatic gain control system that allows the volume generated by the window to remain at a fixed level above ambient sound thus eliminating noise pollution, said a spokesman.

Read the entire news on the source link below.

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Date: 17 May 2006
Source: Tradearabia.com

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