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Acoustical Society of America

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HoSeok Wey
HoSeok WeyMonday, August 1st, 2016 at 12:12am
Thanks for adding me as a member of this group!
Andrew Morrison
Andrew MorrisonTuesday, July 12th, 2016 at 2:19am
I am EXTREMELY concerned over the recent reports of the use of LRAD Sound Cannon devices against people demonstrating against police violence over the weekend. It is my hope that the members of the Executive Council of the ASA would share this concern and work towards finding ways that we as a scientific society can respond in meaningful ways.

Here is a non-technical description of the devices:

This device is described as “non-lethal” but has the potential to inflict life-long disability to those in range. We cannot support the use of this by police forces around the country.

Would you PLEASE consider sending emails to ASA asking for them to make a statement about the use of this device?
Trevor Cox
Trevor CoxFriday, July 29th, 2016 at 12:15am
Salford University has a new online experiment exploring everyday sounds and it would be great to get some more subjects. It's a simple card sorting task, takes 20-30 minutes. We're exploring how people categorize everyday sounds as part of a Big Data project called Making Sense of Sound. I don't want to say too much more in case it biases the results. Keen to have non-acoustics people as well, so please encourage your friends to have a go!


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