A Japanese company has invented tiny soundproof rooms so you can work from home in peace

The Otegaru blocks around 15 decibels on

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It’s made of corrugated board, with a sound insulation sheet and phenolic resin for sound absorption in the mid- and low-range.

Going one step further than Panasonic’s new work-from-home cubicle, Pia Living has a soundproof box so you can Zoom in peace, spotted earlier Monday by Sora News.

Priced at 198,000 yen (around $1,800), the Otegaru uses both sound absorption and insulation to repel sound.

With more and more people working from home due to the coronavirus pandemic, a Japanese company has launched the Otegaru for your remote-working needs.

The Otagaru arrives in pieces and takes about an hour to build, weighing 50kg and measuring almost 2 meters tall.

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