Category Archives: Speakers

Of Sushi, Cardboard and Beats

I had the chance to perform at the inaugural Asian American Reunion at Yale University this weekend. The performance features some of the projects I’ve been working with this semester. The first demo uses sushi and MIT Media Lab’s Makey

Of Sushi, Cardboard and Beats

I had the chance to perform at the inaugural Asian American Reunion at Yale University this weekend. The performance features some of the projects I’ve been working with this semester. The first demo uses sushi and MIT Media Lab’s Makey

More DIY Speakers!

I had the chance to help out on a “Physics of Speakers” class taught by Mr. Daniel Silverman at the Metropolitan Business Academy in New Haven. I also got to demo some of my own speaker designs. The students had

More DIY Speakers!

I had the chance to help out on a “Physics of Speakers” class taught by Mr. Daniel Silverman at the Metropolitan Business Academy in New Haven. I also got to demo some of my own speaker designs. The students had

Cardboard Table-Speakers MkI

A few weeks ago, I walked into a store named “Chairigami” on Whitney street. The start up, founded by Zach Rotholz (A Yale alum), designs and builds furniture like chairs and table out of cardboard! Last semester, I made speakers

Cardboard Table-Speakers MkI

A few weeks ago, I walked into a store named “Chairigami” on Whitney street. The start up, founded by Zach Rotholz (A Yale alum), designs and builds furniture like chairs and table out of cardboard! Last semester, I made speakers

Human-Computer Interaction Granular Synthesis and Localization of Sound

This demo is a culmination of the projects I’ve been working on this past semester. It uses code that I’ve been working on for the Leap Motion for gestural input, a Granular Synthesizer I made in Max and a Hemispherical

Human-Computer Interaction Granular Synthesis and Localization of Sound

This demo is a culmination of the projects I’ve been working on this past semester. It uses code that I’ve been working on for the Leap Motion for gestural input, a Granular Synthesizer I made in Max and a Hemispherical

Hemispherical Speaker Demo

I finished building the Hemispherical speaker I previously started and it works great! The build combines the design from Princeton’s Delorean Speaker and Stanford’s Slork speaker and the performance has been really good. Seeing that this was a personal project, I

Hemispherical Speaker Demo

I finished building the Hemispherical speaker I previously started and it works great! The build combines the design from Princeton’s Delorean Speaker and Stanford’s Slork speaker and the performance has been really good. Seeing that this was a personal project, I

Hemispherical speaker

Inspired by Stanford’s SLORK speakers and Princeton’s Delorean speaker, I decided to try building my own hemi speaker. I mixed and match instructions between the two speaker designs because there were elements that I liked from both. I preferred SLORK’s

Hemispherical speaker

Inspired by Stanford’s SLORK speakers and Princeton’s Delorean speaker, I decided to try building my own hemi speaker. I mixed and match instructions between the two speaker designs because there were elements that I liked from both. I preferred SLORK’s

Music Box MkII

The Music Box MkII in an improvement over The Music Box MkI. It uses a DTA-2 amp, has a variable volume control and also outputs sound in stereo! The cost of the device is also less than 20$ and sounds

Music Box MkII

The Music Box MkII in an improvement over The Music Box MkI. It uses a DTA-2 amp, has a variable volume control and also outputs sound in stereo! The cost of the device is also less than 20$ and sounds