Creating Energy from Noise Pollution in the Environment with a Skyscraper
Welcome to the innovative Urban Transducer Skyscraper. The worlds first environment technology that uses noise to produce energy.
Imagine a large busy city such as New York or Chicago where loud noises are a common occurrence day and night. What if there was a way to capture that noise from the wavelengths it creates and use those frequencies to power a buildings essential functions ?
It looks like this might all be possible one day, as one of the most prevalent forms of human by produce within large cities could be used for us and not against.
Sustainable Urban Environment Energy Technology
The Urban Transducer is more than an idea or theory in energy collection. Imagine this, when produced sound is pure and unaltered in this form. It is through human perception of that pure sound that is distorted and warped within it’s flow and interaction throughout the environment.
This skyscraper of self sustaining friendly energy captures the maximum amount of energy from this city noise, and uses special custom screens as a system that works with acoustic panels which adjust and then react to the wavelengths and frequencies all about.
The Urban Transducer can track, code, store, and adjust to what noises are being produced, and then utilize that for maximum efficiency as a pre-emptive measure.
More than just an amazing concept for buildings, work, offices, and energy for the future, the Urban Transducer also has capabilities to capture and utilize and harness the power of wind forces to again supply more energy for the building operations. This is also integrated directly through the acoustic panels, which are composed of miniature turbines for direct wind panel harvesting.
Integrated throughout the entire building and skyscraper, but these acoustic gathering panels can be concentrated into certain areas for eve more maximum efficiency, such as on the top of the tower, possibly a certain side near a busy or noisy street, or possibly capturing the sounds of low flying planes overhead.