If you’re going to wear a pair of big, over-the-ear headphones, why not choose…or better yet, make a pair that reflects your color preferences and fashion sense. Print+ – an offshoot of Norwegian small product design studio form + function – has developed a DIY audio headphone kit which allows customers to customize their audio hear much like a pair of Nike iD sneakers, except the end user is responsible for printing out and assembling the components together.
Stumbled upon this music discovery meets street art installation hybrid. These boxes have been placed around Tokyo, London, LA, NYC and Vienna.
So far all I’ve found is the following cryptic description…
“…more than just a multimedia project, it’s an experience.”
“…brings the thrill of discovery back to music.”
From everyday objects to surgical breakthroughs tons of amazing things are being made thanks to the democratization of 3D printing. But I’d never seen anything like this…
Over at instructables Amanda Ghassaei has provided an exhaustive tutorial on how to 3D print your own records.
Wired magazine tagged along to document Ghassaei’s process. Watch the vid here.