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This speaker uses dancing ferrofluid to visualize music – The Verge

A speaker made by artist Dakd Jung has a magnetic ferrofluid display that visualizes music with a moving black blob.



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The beauty of magnetism
Dakd Jungs ferrofluid speaker.
Image: Dakd Jung
A speaker made by artist Dakd Jung, spotted by Gizmodo, visualizes music with ferrofluid, a liquid filled with tiny magnetic particles. The ferrofluid, a viscous black blob, reacts to an electromagnetic device and dances around in sync with the sounds being played.
The video shows Jungs process for putting the speaker together: treating the glass container so the ferrofluid wont stick, sanding the 3D-printed casing, and wiring…

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