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Sound Pebble, a stylish looking 3D printed amplifier for your iPhone 5, delivers great sound without draining the smartphone battery.
The ceramic Bheard Sound Pod naturally amplifies and significantly improves the sound quality of the speakers in Apple or Samsung smartphones.
Bose, the American audio systems company, used 3D printing to create a prototype for AR sunglasses which use sound rather than a camera and screen.
The MasterPulse gaming headphones from Cooler Master feature detachable 3D printable panels to modify the sound experience.
Is 3D printed music the future? AntiVJ doesn't want you to just listen, but to see and feel music through 3D printed visualizations.
US-Researchers unveiled a new way of imprinting sound qualities on objects. Their "acoustic voxel system" can be manipulated like Lego.
New research identifies a potentially serious breach in 3D printer security, where recorded sounds can enable reverse engineering of digital models.
This external iPhone 6 "speaker" amplifies and improves the sound of the smartphone's internal speaker; it is available from Sculpteo.
Design student Maxime Loiseau created 3D printed headphones that transmit sound through printed electronics. Oh, and they also look great.
Sound travels in waves. Two Dutch artists use this phenomenon to create beautiful ceramic patterns. For that, they built a heavily modified 3D printer.
Instructables user Mattosx has created a fully 3D printed speaker that utilizes neodymium magnets to create crisp sound. Learn how to make your own.
"Computational thermoforming" may sound like boring technobabble, but it's actually a cool method to add color and detail to physical objects.
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