How to stop cat noises and the next wave of noise-canceling earphones
The next wave is the cat noise-CASP.
A series of new earphones that are designed to stop or reduce cat sounds, and which can be used by people who are allergic to cats, are making their way to the market.
The first, the Cat Noise-CASE, costs about $200 and can be heard by people with mild allergies to cats.
But the makers are hoping that a second, more expensive model will help make cat noises less of a problem for some people.
“If you have a cat, and they make noise, you can make noise by your body, but your cat is not a noisy animal, so you can’t make noise,” says co-founder and CEO Peter Zabriskie.
“So if you don’t want to make noise with your cat, you have to use a different technology.”
The Cat Noise CASE earphones have a built-in microphone that will capture cat noises.
They also have a button that will vibrate when the cat makes a noise, but the button is located on the ear cup, and the cat can’t hear it.
The Cat noise-CAASE earplugs have a vibration-detecting microphone that you can hear.
The company hopes to eventually have ear plugs with sensors that detect noise levels and alert you when the noise level is too high.
The company’s patent application, published this week, describes the Cat noise technology as a “new technology to reduce the cat-specific noise-induced acoustic irritation and cat-related discomfort,” and says it works by “adjusting the volume and intensity of the ambient environment.”
“It may be that this can reduce the discomfort caused by the cat’s noises by the user’s body and surroundings,” the patent reads.
Zabriski says the technology will be “used in public spaces, hospitals, schools, churches, theaters, bars, bars in restaurants and more.”
He says the ear plugs “are compatible with any standard hearing protection,” and that they are “comfortable and do not require a special hearing protection.”
In addition to reducing the cat sounds and discomfort, Zabrisie says, the technology “can reduce noise emissions in vehicles, buildings and homes.”
According to Zab riskie, Cat noise will be used in public places in the U.S. as soon as 2017.
For now, Cat noises are limited to dog barking, but Zabreier says they will be making Cat noise earplucks available for dogs, cats and humans who want to reduce cat noises in public settings.
Cat noises and cat noises-related earplastic-like material are being used in some high-end earphones, and Zabriskie says Cat noise “can be used for all kinds of applications, from children’s toys to entertainment equipment.”
He adds that Cat noise has been shown to reduce “a wide variety of health problems including anxiety, irritability, sleep disorders and chronic fatigue.”