Flat, Flexible, and Loud

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No it’s not food foil for you to wrap your leftovers in. This is the groundbreaking new development of engineers in the University of Warwick. Pioneered by the university’s spin-off company Warwick Audio Technologies, this is a revolutionary breakthrough in terms of audio equipment development. It’s lightweight, very flexible, only 0.25mm thick, and produces a very accurate resonance in terms of sound.

Since it’s flexible, it can go very well in places where box speakers will unlikely fit. You can simply hang this on a wall, place it inside car doors, put alongside promotional posters — with something as handy as this, the possibilities become endless.

The sound technology behind the FFL, or Flat Flexible Loudspeaker (the name can use a little more marketing ploy, I know) is perfect as a PA system. Because of the way it’s able to generate sound waves, these flexi-speakers are perfect for resonating above a large crowd.

We might not see this on the consumer level anytime soon, but at least we won’t be taken aback if a movie poster suddenly talks back to us.

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