Miniature Cardboard Audio Equipment

These miniature cardboard models of vintage audio equipment are the brainchild of visual artist and sound designer Dan McPharlin according to Dan they are “an interesting experiment to render hi tech objects in a low tech medium such as paper or cardboard.†Each one is painstakingly made by hand in limited production or as a commissioned work. With prices starting at $60 this is the …

SolidDrive: Invisible Speakers

SolidDrive allows you to turn most solid surfaces into speakers allowing you to utilize walls, glass, or countertops already in the room to create a virtually invisible sound system. Hooked up to an amp, the device can be installed behind walls and by converting audio signals into vibrations the entire wall can be turned into a speaker with omnidirectional sound covering most frequencies. Not really …

Logisys Optical Finger Mouse

Strap this optical mouse made by Logisys onto your index finger and use the 800 dpi laser on any media (except reflective glass surfaces) to easily control the cursor. The desk, keyboard, wall, even your own clothes will work as a functioning surface. Even more convenient, the scroll wheel and left and right buttons are easily usable with your thumb to scroll and click through …