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Sound designer and composer Brian Schmidt discusses the audio design challenges behind the original Xbox startup sound. ...
Ministry of Sound has teamed up with architecture studio Squire and Partners to create a co-working space and private members lounge in southeast London, just around the corner from the infamous nightclub's home. Read more
At its most basic, the Modular Fiddle can be played like any other violin. But creator David Perry designed this instrument to explore the many different physical component shapes and tones made possible with 3D printing... Continue Reading Modular Fiddle designed to experiment with form, function and sound Category: Music Tags: 3D Printing Modular Violin
Levitation is often thought of as the realm of magicians or The Jetsons, but it is technically possible. That said, the tech seems to be moving pretty slowly. Now, researchers at the University of Sussex have developed SoundBender, a technology that bends sound waves around obstacles to acoustically levitate objects above them... Continue Reading SoundBender levitates objects by curving so
Concrete sound mirrors, used in the UK to intercept coastal attacks in the aftermath of the first world war, are captured in this photography series by Piercarclo Quecchia. Read more
the bespoke installation invites visitors to experience and interact with the all-new beosound edge speakers, as well as to join designboom for a co-hosted talk on september 19. The post bang & olufsen and michael anastassiades compose sound installation for LDF 2018 appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Listening to some tunes while driving is great if you're on your own, but if you have passengers with varied tastes then pleasing everyone can be a problem. We've seen the likes of Harman and Hyundai-Kia envelop individuals in their own audio bubbles, but the dynamic focused sound system being tested by car maker Seat at the moment promises to wirelessly deliver sound direct to a driver or
the japanese media artist's work illustrates moments you cannot see with your bare eyes. The post in invisible beauty, naoko tosa captures sound vibrations passing through colorful fluids appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Active noise-cancelling headphones work by generating a sound wave that is 180 degrees out of phase with the ambient noise. This requires the headphones to have a microphone inside the ear cup to listen for the noise to be cancelled, but this means the noise-cancelling circuitry doesn't have a lot of time to generate the anti-noise signal and some ambient noise will get through. By moving
A group of artists in Taiwan have transformed a 10-metre-tall brutalist concrete loudspeaker, formerly used to broadcast anti-communist propaganda to China, into an art installation. Read more


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