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  • Because silence is golden
  • Because silence is golden
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Muzo: a smart device that creates sound-free spaces

Noise pollution can have a detrimental effect on physical and mental health, as well as affecting the ability to focus. Muzo is a gadget that blocks out unwanted noise by creating a personal sound field, enabling people to take control of their space and simultaneously improve their wellbeing.

Location United States

Over half of the global population now lives in urban areas, where peace and quiet is a rarity. [1] From roadworks to passing traffic to the hustle and bustle of busy streets, noise pollution is simply a part of city life.

But it’s more than an irritation – it can have a hugely detrimental effect on mental health and general quality of life. The leading cause of hearing loss isn’t ageing, but noise. [2] Offering to address this issue is Muzo – a gadget that promises to block out unwanted noise by creating a ...



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