Sono: A device That Turn your Windows in Noice Cancilation device
"sono" turns your window into an advanced noise cancelling system that
allows you to eliminate and/оr control the sounds that pass through.
With its concentric broadband antenna rings, it harvests the energy of
electromagnetic noise from Wi-Fi, and similar signals and this way also
reduces the level of e-smog pollution in your environment.
In our loud and busy world a moment of silence has become a scarce and
almost luxurious experience. "sono" lets you reclaim that silence for
series of experiments was necessary to reach a proof of
concept for the
project. The pebble with its balanced and calm aura was chosen as a
design metaphor.Images :sono
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