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iKoustic | Zabludowicz Collection: Anechoic Chamber Making Of

"An Anechoic Chamber is most often designed to create a desirable testing space for such examples as; Response of Loudspeakers and Microphones, Loudness of General Electronic Equipment or Simulating Spatial Acoustics for Concert Halls in the design process, it is also used as a training facility for Astronauts in NASA – “Astronauts do part of their training in anechoic chambers at NASA, so they can learn to cope with the silence of space.” https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2012/may/18/experience-quietest-place-on-earth"

Our full case study is available below;

ikoustic.co.uk./case-studies/ikoustic-soundproofing-zabludowicz-collection-anechoic-chamber

You can watch how it is all assembled with the team at the Zabludowicz Collection for Haroon Mirza's new exhibition; Chamber for Endogenous DMT (Collapsing the Wave Function).