3D Print a Midcentury TV Yourself

3D Print a Midcentury TV Yourself
technology

Based on a 1957 French television set celebrated for its design, the Teleavia Matrix is a hobbyist response to tech's ever-evolving demands

Rachel Pincus
  • 24 august 2015

TVs were probably one of the first appliances to appear in the mid-20th century that enterprising handymen in the house couldn’t account for, with their tiny circuitry and mysterious transmissions. But 3D printing and DIY electronics kits like Raspberry Pi have made electronics a much more legible realm for hobbyists. A modern interpretation of the Teleavia Matrix is a beautiful result of the accessibility and fun brought about by this technology, but the creator, 3D designer David Choi, also added his own flair.

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