By Jack Money Business Writer email@example.comAs humans, we can hear a lot. But we can't hear everything, and a team that introduced the world to the Raspberry Shake microcomputer and its worldwide monitoring network for seismic events is about to kick off another campaign to see what kind of interest is out there to monitor and report infrasound waves using a similar device and network. Infrasound, they explain, is extremely low frequency sound detectable from great distances that is generated by both natural and man-made events and activities. Infrasound monitoring devices have been used for decades, but typically were expensive to make and deploy, said Branden Christensen, director of OSOP, a company that develops hardware and software solutions...
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Raspberry Shake developer is about to deploy a new version capable of monitoring sounds we can't hear