Fun Balloon Pops can make robust acoustic data easy to understand!

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As recently demonstrated at some of the Sound Education events – what better way to demonstrate different acoustic treatments and the associated room responses perceived! Following some recent EDUnet field work, here are some short comparison examples from Essex Study classrooms. A quick and simple way to explain the impact of increasing the amount of absorption.

Sound Education speaker; Simon Smith the Learning Environments Manager from Sweyne Park School demonstrates balloon pops in the four classrooms used in the Essex Study. Narrated version film and short versions bad to good film and good to bad film.
Download the Essex Study short summary here or for the long version which has recently been included in the OECD Best Practices for Educational Facilities investments click here.
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