You Can Use Software To Filter Out Vuvuzela Noise At World Cup Matches

If you've wondered what that annoying constant background drone is while watching World Cup matches on TV, its a type of plastic horn called Vuvuzela, and its been irritating spectators to no end at this year's event. The horn is blown by World Cup fans to celebrate such moments in a game as -- well, every moment -- and has achieved unprecedented fame and rancor this Cup, as its B-flat drone is broadcast around the world.

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World Cup Equipment Technology Through The Ages

Soccer may be called one of the least technology-dependent sports; all that you need are a ball and your feet. But even soccer has seen technological advancements on the design of balls made as far back as the 1930s. And it's not just balls and boots. Even the way we watch—particularly in this, the year of live 3D broadcasts—has changed the sport forever.

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