It looks like a big air mattress from the pool side, but Airhush is more than that. This is a ISAT – or Inflatable Sound Attenuation Technology. Easily inflatable, and install panels that you can use for sound control, or a portable room.
Each panel is 27″ by 24″, and can be attached to each other. These panels have a frame, and the inflatable center. Additional accessories are available for when you need to make full walls, cubicles, and other needs for further accommodations.
Airhush for Musicians
For a musician, you can put a wall around your amp, drums, or simply turn the basement into a series of sound rooms. Once the Airhush is up, you only will need minor adjustments to get what you need for sound.
Airhust for Podcasters
For a podcaster, you can use Airhush in your studio to not only block noise going out, but also block noise coming in. You can place these in front of a window, and still get the natural light. Put the hot computer outside the Airhush to try and keep it cooler inside.
Airhush for Your Office?
Replacing those cubicle walls with Airhush reduces sound, and brings in natural light. Plus, Airhush is lightweight, so if you need to move the walls, it’s not an issue.
Airhush for a Mobile Room
The material is also able to be sterilized, so you could build rooms for patients, or set up a portable triage center in emergency situations. Airhush has many possibilities that go past noise control.
Each panel starts at $399-$499. Putting a room together will cost $12,000 to build. For more information, check out Airhush.com