Not demanding power supply 3D the printing acoustic loudspeaker for HTC One
HTC presented 3D the printing acoustic loudspeaker which is not demanding power supply, Gramohorn II developed specially for HTC One phone. The HTC company employed designer Justin Volter that he developed the latest Gramohorn model directly for HTC One within «Here’s To Creativity» campaign, also to support young and professional designers in Great Britain.
«For me a great honor to be «Here’s To Creativity» recognized as campaign from HTC UK, – Volter said. «To have idea is one business, and here completely it to embody – absolutely another». On loudspeaker creation cunningly more than 6 weeks.
Carrying out music in the natural way through the big record player, Gramohorn II is capable to develop a sound for 50 % without necessity of a source of a power food or wires. Because of existence of resonant chambers low frequencies and basses also amplify, it allows to reproduce deeper, full and "qualitative" music.
The loudspeaker is made with the help 3D the printer of a composit material on the basis of plaster and is painted manually in though what color at will of the client. Nests happen the different sizes therefore you can connect it both to One Mini, and to One Max. It partially art, partially design, is told by the company founder. Gramohorn tries to enter such values into the project as «Made to order», "Exclusive", «Made in manual» and «Limited release».
The Gramohorn II loudspeaker made from a material on the basis of plaster, at present it is possible to get for $1600. But if to you to liking more inimitable models, then to you are limited release of the version of the Gramohorn II loudspeaker from stainless steel which can be got for $8030.