Paper Ceramic Loudspeakers

September 26, 2007


Thin paper ceramic loudspeakers made from discarded musical scores and clay to satisfy that need to propagate and share your music.

Singaporean Yong Jieyu’s ceramic paper speakers (actually, they’re less speaker than amplifier) are made from clay, one of the best materials for sound amplification thanks to its low sound absorbent coefficiency &mdash and recycled music scores. Place your earphone inside each “speaker” and your tunes can be heard by all.
The speakers are just a part of the research project into Noise/Sound that he is doing as part of his Masters degree at the Design Academy in Eindhoven.

Extract from Jieyu Design

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2 Responses to “Paper Ceramic Loudspeakers”

  1. Mercedee Says:

    wow! do you know if these can be purchased? or how one could duplicate these? talk about what you can do with recycling paper–not just more paper or masks!

  2. Steve Says:

    They just look cool, but it is not enough power to get normal sound. I made simple experiment with folded paper and it’s not working as you can imagine.


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