DIY speaker: Home-made kit offers sound approach

01 : 01 : 2014 Maker Culture : Hacking : Sound

France – French designer Coralie Gourgeuchon has created a paper electronics kit enabling users to make their own speaker.

A paper template, radio antennae, switches and conductive glue and ink enable users to easily construct the musical kit. To amplify sound, a cone is simply curled in the centre of the speaker. When laid out flat, the speaker is switched off.

Generation I consumers are increasingly interested in how technology works and are eager to try their hand at making their own technology or hacking existing products. Read our Hacktivism microtrend to find out more.

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