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PCB etching (prototyping)
Robopunk Bluetooth Speaker Goggles
Coming from an audio background, if you cut out the speaker cones - the fabric or plastic in the 'eyes' of the device, you could then replace them with circles cut from very thin transparent plastic. You'd be able to SEE out of them, how sweet would that be?! And yes, you'd likely get a lousier frequency response curve but it wouldn't sound that awful. The important parts of the speaker cones are the black rings. They are what actually moves. The paper or plastic within the rings is just there to translate the vibration of those rings into vibrations in the air. That's why you can replace the cones with see-through plastic and still have functioning speaker/goggles. Cheers to a cool build!
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