The Phonon Kamome is Shaped like a Pair of Wings

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jul 2, 2014 • References: phonon-inc & ohgizmo
The Phonon Kamome is a speaker that appropriately takes on the shape of a pair of wings. Feather light, weighing only 129 grams, it is made out of paper and could easily pass as a sculptural fan or an impractical piece of home decor. Yet the Phonon Kamome does serve a purpose, an audio one.

Inspired by nature, the Phonon Kamome not only looks like it was plucked from outdoors, it works in a fairly natural way as well. It uses micro vibration technology between the paper in order to generate sound. Attached to an amplifier with an output connection, the Phonon Kamome can be hooked up to MP3 players\ and smartphones. The 'feathers' can be printed with color for a customized look. Stats for Lightweight Paper Speakers Trending: Older & Mild
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