Posted April 02, 2018 12:50:06 A new device called the noise in spanias door noise blocker could save lives, according to a new report.
A device called noise in Spanish that costs less than $1 is aimed at preventing noise in homes across Spain and the US, according a report by the Spanish Institute for Advanced Studies (INAS).
The device has a microphone on the inside of the door that sends an audio signal to the speaker, a Bluetooth connection and a speakerphone connected to a speaker, so the sound can be blocked by turning the sound down.
The noise blocker also has an LED light on the device to indicate that it is on, allowing you to turn it on and off.
The device works by detecting and blocking the sound from coming through a wall or door, or from entering a home, depending on the type of noise the door is experiencing.
In the US the device is still being tested, but the technology is now more widely available and widely accepted in Spain, the report said.
The study looked at how well the noise blocker works, using different scenarios, including people in noisy rooms and people who are unable to hear what they are hearing through their own walls.
“It works well, the system is fairly accurate, it works with some noise, it’s very easy to use, and there are a lot of devices on the market that are not available in Spain,” said the study’s lead author, Luis C. de López-González, an INAS researcher.
“So it’s a promising technology that could make a real difference in reducing the prevalence of noise in the Spanish community.”
A spokesperson for INAS told ABC News that the Spanish government’s “decision to phase out the use of the device” is a good step forward, but added that the device would need to be approved in Spain before it could be marketed internationally.
The Spanish Institute of Advanced Studies, which also funded the study, has published an online survey that found that while some people may have heard the device before, they had never used it.
The INAS is one of the world’s largest scientific institutes, with around 30,000 researchers working on many fields including neuroscience, environmental sciences, economics, technology, and more.