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Bare-Bones Umbrella Carries A Personal Sound System [Video]

Bare-Bones Umbrella Carries A Personal Sound System [Video]
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Immersive sound experience that can be integrated into everyday objects.

Ross Brooks
  • 4 march 2014

“Anywhere” might look like an ordinary umbrella frame, but it’s actually constructed out of 10 mini speakers that immerse the user in a veil of sound. Created by artist Dmitry Morozov, it’s an early stage design that experiments with the different ways that a personal sound system could be integrated into everyday objects.

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The device uses optical relays, an Arduino Uno microcontroller, and a micro SD wav player to tie everything together. Once it’s been fitted with a waterproof covering, “Anywhere” could be the perfect way to escape a rainy day, giving you the chance to watch the world go by while surrounded by your favorite music.

Dmitry Morozov

Source: Prosthetic Knowledge

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