Noise Sensitivity Options: Live Streaming Cameras
Of course, I'm unaware of your husband's particular interests, but this activity is low intensity and soundless, if you choose that option.
For my own selfish reasons, I created a YouTube playlist that consists of live streaming cameras from around the world. Back when I was more physically and mentally sensitive to everything, this was really my only viewing option and only form of entertainment. Very low intensity. Watching live streaming cameras gave me a sense of being there, being somewhere, being anywhere. I haven't been out of bed in 5 years, so sometimes I need a little quiet adventure.
The playlist includes over 200 live streams, including multiple cameras in Japan, Taiwan, the Caribbean, Europe, the Pacific Northwest and elsewhere in the United States.
If he enjoys watching trains, I have nearly two dozen viewing options listed. Ships, boats, waterways and beaches? Yes, lots of those, too. And then there's a smattering of downtown cameras and myriad streaming views of nature from abroad.
I also have nearly 50 point-of-view "Train Rides" listed on a different playlist. For those videos, you get to ride along up front and go wherever the train goes. Most of these videos are in Japan, but there are several from Europe, mostly Switzerland.
And I also have a playlist entitled "Going for a Walk" - and each of these walks takes place in Japan. There's no narration, just the sounds of nature and the sounds of whatever else happens to be occurring naturally, depending upon the environment. On this playlist, I put my favorites.
And the way I watch these videos is by utilizing an Amazon Firestick. So I can leave these individual streams running on the flat screen television throughout the day, or as needed. The Firestick was only $39, and has been working rather well.
Please let me know if you have any questions.