KAIST's Prof. Seok-Hyung Bae (right) with the SeeSV-S205 sound camera
On the flat face of the SeeSV-S205, there are a total of 30 MEMS microphones arranged in five spiral arrays
An illustration of the SeeSV-S205 sound camera, be used to locate the source of an engine noise
The display of an engine noise, as shot by the SeeSV-S205
The SeeSV-S205 could be used on auto assembly lines, to check cars for noises
If you work with machinery, engines or appliances of any type, then you’ve likely experienced the frustration of hearing a troublesome noise coming from somewhere, but not being able to pinpoint where. If only you could just grab a camera, and take a picture that showed you the noise’s location. Well, soon you should be able to do so, as that’s just what the SeeSV-S205 sound camera does.
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