Acoustically treating a room normally involves bulky panels and other passive materials that must be very large and thick to affect low frequencies. But a new technology could do away with all that, replacing it with super-thin panels that use ionized air to perfectly tame the acoustics of any room.

New Atlas: Plasma-based noise cancellation could silence rooms, cars and planes

EIN NewsWire:Sonexos Partners With EPFL to Advance Plasma-based Active Sound-Absorbing Technology

Nature Communications technical paper

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