Here at the blog, we love to hear about things that help us remember our day. In fact, we’ve made so many big things come true through our readers that it would be hard to even mention them all here. And when looking at our brand new App that is launching in April, we couldn’t be more excited! We are already working with a number of tech companies to make this a real thing and everything we want readers to know is going to come out very soon. As you can see, it’s almost like an endless game of “How far can a lion’s roar travel?” Even though you might never actually wear anyone else’s clothes in public, this blog is about to change the world.
Your ears and eyes can learn, but your brain is hardwired to remember. Sounds like a good start, huh. If you are just starting out with audio-visual communication, then maybe this will really let you know when and where the sound is coming from. With sounds of different frequencies, different types of speakers, and even entirely different sounds makes for a more accurate representation of the character of the object being communicated. Well, as it turns out, it does. Because there are some very interesting mechanisms that can help you understand what someone is saying or understand even the details behind their words.
Walk into Fort Lauderdale, FL and you’ll find a beautiful sunny day with a lion roaming the water. There’s no doubt that this is a gorgeous sight, but the sound is even more impressive… no sound in your ears? No problem! Just listen to it. Yep, it’s a noise I call my “Lion’s Roar.” It can travel over 4 miles and could travel as far as the largest animal in captivity. Sounds like an amazing thing to me.
How far does the noise of a lion’s roar travel? This is an enjoyable question to ask, especially when you are in the midst of your favorite animals. The answer is, not far! Well, all you need to do is to position your ear close enough to the source and listen for a loud roar. When it gets that high enough, it turns into something unbearable. The isolated sound from a lion’s roar could psychoacutely scare off any small animal nearby such as raccoons and bears.