This room was created by Microsoft / Photo courtesy of Microsoft
This room was created by Microsoft / Photo courtesy of Microsoft

No one can spend even an hour in the quietest room in the world.

Well, who can like noise in life, but complete silence also scares people.

There is a chamber or room inside the audio lab of the technology company Microsoft which has been declared as the quietest room in the world by Guinness World Records.

It is such a strange place that after entering people’s mind wanders and they start having strange hallucinations.

At Microsoft’s headquarters in Virginia, there is the world’s quietest room, where all outside noise disappears as soon as you step into it.

In fact, any sound there, such as a heartbeat, has an eerie feeling.

According to Hundraj Gopal, the designer of this room, as soon as one enters this room, one gets a strange and unique feeling which is very difficult to explain in words.

He said that most people feel deafness due to complete silence or some feel as if bells are ringing.

“Even the slightest sound feels very loud, you can hear your breathing there, you can hear your body moving and you can hear your heartbeat,” he added.

But when you listen to your breathing or heartbeat, then something feels strange.

The designer said that the record for the longest time spent inside this room is 55 minutes, but most people request to leave after a few seconds.

That is, the feeling of hearing the sound of your organs is not a good experience, especially inside the quietest room in the world without light, this feeling is terrifying.

This is because without sound it is not possible for people to maintain their balance, so the lights inside the room are turned off so that people sit down.

6 layers of concrete and steel were used to construct this room while springs were installed to control the vibrations.

The walls and ceiling of the room are covered with fiberglass while the floor has sound-absorbing wires.

Well, this room is not accessible to the general public but is used for testing various audio devices like microphones, receivers and speakers.