Physical activity might help drown out some of the background noise in your brain.
The Action Lab did an experiment to show how the energy of sound can be converted into heat, and even cook food.
It’s the audio version of “The Dress.”
Researchers from Pennsylvania State University have created a device that uses “acoustic cloaking” technology.
There's a way to tell if jam is happy.
We spoke to the lead tech at the National Park Service Natural Sounds and Night Skies Division about dwindling quiet spaces.
In the end, the silence was a little too loud for me.
A soft stroke by a cold bot.
A new study explores the unequal burden of noise on communities across the US.
US-based design company Vibrato creates meaningful abstract artworks of your favorite songs or wedding vows.
Using hardware and software, artist Andrius Šarapovas created a massive musical composer.
An EEG, a few speakers, and some metal plates filled with water compose the artist's brain wave-bending installations.