Bass battles blaze: George Mason students invent sound-based fire extinguisher

FireExtinguisher.jpg

 (Screenshot from George Mason University YouTube video)

Two engineering students at George Mason University have created a potentially revolutionary fire extinguisher that uses sound to fight blazes.

The brainchild of engineering seniors Viet Tran and Seth Robertson, the device uses low frequency sound waves to extinguish fires. The students demonstrate the extinguisher in an amazing YouTube video.