We’ve been carefully tracking acoustics related tweets on Twitter and present here a few of the highlights. We do this sort of thing so that you don’t have to. Don’t forget that you can follow us on Twitter as well as Facebook and LinkedIn.
Improving Active Noise Algorithms
Improving performance of FxRLS algorithm for active noise control of impulsive noise https://t.co/jQOT8FXxs8
— Acoustical Society (@acousticsorg) October 23, 2016
Just because it’s doing a job, it doesn’t have to look functional
— Acoustic GRG (@RPG_Europe) October 23, 2016
Acoustics as an important part of everyday working life
— AIA National (@AIANational) October 21, 2016
— reaktorplayer (@reaktorplayer) October 23, 2016
Beware Hackers Who Can Hear What You Type
— Gizmag (@gizmag) October 19, 2016
Acoustic Holograms From Lego-like Wall
Lego-like wall produces acoustic holograms https://t.co/0OCVetgjlf
— Salford Acoustics (@SalfordAcoustic) October 17, 2016
We hope you like this selection of tweets. Have you seen any other tweets related to acoustics or vibration? Post them in the comments section below.