Micro Listening Device Identifies Any Sound In Battle

Micro Listening Device Identifies Any Sound In Battle

Acoustic Vector Sensor is a super small microphone which can hear and identify any sound.

Naresh Kumar
  • 11 march 2010

A Dutch firm, Microflown Technologies, has created a micro device which listens for various sounds emanating from a battle field, such as gunshots, mortars, screams and warplanes. The Acoustic Vector Sensor is smaller than a match head and consists of two platinum strips.

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