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A team of researchers from Columbia Engineering, Disney Research and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has developed a method to control sound waves using a computational approach to inversely design acoustic filters that fit within an arbitrary 3-D shape, while achieving target sound-filtering properties.

Credit: Changxi Zheng, Columbia University

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