Aircraft in an Infinitely Large Room #shorts


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Aircraft in an Infinitely Large Room #shorts



Shush! It’s #NotWhatYouThink #NWYT #shorts

Music:
Mystic Mountain – Jon Bjork

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US Department of Defense

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  1. I’ve heard about an anechoic chamber with just a chair in it where people can just sit in the dark and experience no sound. People start to hear their breathing, and eventually their own heart beating in their ears. In less than an hour, you start to hear things in your mind. Most people choose to leave the chamber after an hour or so, although some people have had enough within 20 minutes to one half an hour.

  2. My dad's former workplace (TRW Avionics & Surveilliance, now Northrop Grumman Aerospace) in San Diego had a small anechoic chamber that they opened up for one of those "take your son to work" days. Really strange experience standing inside a room where the loudest thing you can hear (assuming nobody is talking) is the blood pumping through the vessels in your head.

  3. I’ve been in the NRC anechoic chamber in Canada for loudspeaker testing for Mirage years ago. It’s so uncomfortable to be in a room that has zero acoustical reflection and reverberation.