March 11, 2006

Parabolic Microphone

This is a user-focused parabolic microphone prototype for a museum project.

The interesting part of doing projects like this is trying to figure out how people are going to break it.

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Posted by Hal Eckhart at March 11, 2006 09:06 AM | TrackBack
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Hey, I built one of these for the Sinus Museum in 1981. Yes, How to make it unbreakable is a huge challenge! Try to think like a 12 year old boy who missed his ritalin dosage.

Goot Luck

Posted by: Derek at March 11, 2006 10:25 AM

Yah, it was probably the same drawings too. Although they were dated 1982. That was before they had computers and CAD in the shop. They used to make all their drawings with little graphite-filled wooden sticks. Just a step away from ink and quill.

Posted by: Hal at March 11, 2006 10:47 AM

Yeh, like I said, 1982. The drawings I worked from were on clay tablets, however. You must have the "as builts".

Posted by: Derek at March 13, 2006 09:57 AM
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