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Team # 15: Acoustic Storm. Packaging Considerations Presented by: Andrew Batek.

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Team 15 acoustic storm

Team # 15: Acoustic Storm

Packaging Considerations

Presented by: Andrew Batek

Interweaving the impressive visual power of electricity and the visceral emotion of music, Acoustic Storm takes analog or digital audio input and outputs its own rendition using two varieties of solid state tesla coils.


Selected packaging constraints
Selected Packaging Constraints

  • Safety

    • Electrical Isolation (faraday cage)

    • Physical Isolation (Plexiglass)

  • Somewhat portable

    • Small size relative to other “Tesla” projects

    • Similar in this regard to conventional speakers

  • Allows for device accessibility

  • Encloses device but not sound


Comparison to current commercial products a difficult task for this project
Comparison to Current Commercial Products:- A difficult task for this project -

Conventional Speakers

Available Class E HFSSTC Kit

Obviously, differences exist in encased design

Will borrow general characteristics

Speaker “grille”

  • Minimal product packaging

  • Uncovered Circuit

  • No isolation from coil output

    • Safety?


Front/Side:

20”

24”

Chain-link (or similar)

Plexiglass

W/O Faraday Cage

W/ Faraday Cage

Top:

12”

20”

12”

20”

Coil Enclosures

AWB - 2/5/2013


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