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Architecture, Robots & Noise: Learn How To Make Your Own Smartphone Speaker

Architecture, Robots & Noise: Make Your Own Smartphone Speaker

Photo by Henry Miller

Learn to design a smartphone speaker using computers, robots and wood.

  • 04/26/2014

  • 11 AM  - 12 PM

  • Boston Architectural College
    320 Newbury Street, Boston, MA

  • summer@the-bac.edu

  • Free
  • Education Programs

Want to improve the acoustics of your smartphone?  The BAC is here to help!

We will be hosting the first in a series of free, hour-long demonstrations on Saturday, April 26th at 11:00 AM in our Newbury Street maker space. In this first session, we will demonstrate how to fabricate a smartphone speaker out of an ordinary hunk of wood.

First, we'll show you how it's developed using the latest in design software. Then, we will demonstrate how to make it using a woodworking robot. Our goal: To show you how, as a 21st century designer and inventor, you can reinvent our world. Space at these demonstrations is limited, so to attend you have to sign up in advance. Just send us an email to: summer@the-bac.edu