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Get ready for some sweet sounds the next time you step into a room and see this. No, that’s not a paper fan or some flimsy-looking decor. That’s actually the Phonon Kamome and it’s a speaker made from paper. It’s shaped in the form of a feather and the cool part is that it’s feather light too, weighing in at only 129 grams.

So how does it work? The Phonon Kamome uses micro vibrations technology between the paper to generate sound. It’s connected to an amplifier with an output connection, which you can use to hook the speaker up to your MP3 player or phone/

Paper Speaker



You can find more information here.

VIA [ Damn Geeky ]


  1. BS. This japanese company has been “shipping” this product since 2012, according to its web page. Check the two US dealers listed as carrying them? Nope, not one stocks the product. Author needs to do real research.