DIY Fabric Speakers

Davide GombaFebruary 27th, 2011

Interesting DIY fabric speakers from Hannah Perner-Wilson:

Making a speaker is much easier than you’ve ever imagined, and what you need to prepare is merely: textile (or paper), conductive tape and some strong magnets. Try this one made by Hannah Perner-Wilson and you’ll find it quite impressive.

UPDATE: as Tara commented below, you can have more information about Hannah’s work on her website Kobakant.at

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5 Responses to “DIY Fabric Speakers”

  1. Promet Says:

    That is extremely interesting. I wonder if Hannah shares/blogs any details regarding her materials or processes? I would like to know, for instance how she has adapted her music source to output from, presumably, a 3.5mm jack to those alligator clips, has she cobbled that together herself or is there somewhere to find those premade?

    Excellent video though!

  2. Hobilabor » Blog Archive » Paberist või riidest kõlarid Says:

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  3. d.gomba@arduino.cc Says:

    I agree.
    Sadly no description is provided. We better ask her to explain ;)

    thanks for commenting.

    davide

  4. Tara Says:

    Hannah has a fantastic website with tutorials on all kinds of stuff and links to materials and supplies. http://www.kobakant.at/

  5. d.gomba@arduino.cc Says:

    oh Tara: thanks for this, you made my day.
    I update the post; now it’s more complete.

    thanks for commenting

    Davide

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