Tiptop portable speaker for under-exploited corners
Alex Walker, Jack Brody and Madeleine Thompson, Three students from Stanford D.School We feature original project dubbed portable speaker Tiptop which aim to occupy the abandoned areas, more particularly the room angles.
A simple but effective concept, a triangular Bluetooth speaker that can be positioned on its base and maximizing the acoustic resonance. The base is fixed thanks to a single screw, fast, the speaker will bind him thanks to magnets.
The accuracy of the creators:
» Natural Acoustic Amplification // Tiptop turns your walls and ceiling Into amplifiers of rich, deep sound. Placing a source of sound close to the wall naturally maximizes bass frequencies. By Placing Tiptop in the corner using the Tiptop Mount, Emitted sound waves naturally Reflect off of nearby surfaces — the walls and ceiling.
These reflected sound waves travel Into the room in the live stage with energy from the speaker. This Creates constructive interference entre les Emitted and reflected waves. Put simply? Truer bass, fuller and crisper highs midranges from an incredibly small package.»
This project is progressing but still need investment, its creators therefore expect your help via Kickstarter
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