Paper prototypes target audio tinkerers

Education, Featured — By on December 23, 2013 17:48

French designer Coralie Gourguechon clearly had bored members the Community in mind when she came up with these three prototypes of functioning audio equipment – an amplifier, a speaker and a radio – that each fit onto a single sheet of paper. The units’ operating systems are outlined in bold icons, like an anatomical roadmap, with circuit icons showing what connects to what. The components are linked together through a series of lines printed with conductive ink, which allows the paper electronics to actually function, albeit weakly.


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