An Adorable Square Speaker Activated By A Cork Plug
From Fast Company January 31, 2013 - 5:15pm
Plugg acts exactly as you’d expect it to: Take the cork out to unleash the sound. Theo Tveterås and Lars Marcus Vedeler established Skrekkøgle--which, according to Google, translates from Norwegian to English as “horror lizard”--as a means to experiment with their weird and wonderful design ideas. And experiment they have definitely done, having self-produced everything from open-source-hardware-hack-Kindle-covers to ash portraits of loved ones using their cremated remains (though they’ve since discontinued that service). Plugg is one of their latest prototyped projects, and the simple-on-the-outside device is a clever new addition to the ever-growing glut of portable speakers. While we’ve recently seen round models that turn on when you connect them to your smartphone, units that “hang up” like a telephone, those shaped like a...
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