Visualized: a strange world where echo doesn’t exist
July 16, 2010
Anechoic chambers are special rooms designed to absorb sound or electromagnetic radiation; they’re nothing new, and most audio and electronics companies consider them critical parts of their testing facilities. Considering how odd they look, though, we never get tired of a good picture of one — and Apple’s press conference today pimping its in-house inventory of 17 such chambers gave us an opportunity to look at some of the craziest we’ve ever seen. See more at Apple’s web page devoted to its antenna design and test labs.
This post has been written by Chris Ziegler on Jul 16th 2010 3:49PM couresy of engadget.com.