This ferromagnetic speaker looks like magic

This ferromagnetic speaker looks like magic

Updated on

January 11, 2022

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The Van Der Waals ferromagnetic speaker isn't just a treat for the ears, its innovative display makes it visually mesmerizing as well.

While the speaker is playing audio, the ferrofluid changes depending on the current EQ visualization of the waveform.

What is ferrofluid?

NASA initially used ferrofluid to control fuel in rocketships in zero gravity environments. Its use in this speaker plays homage to its roots, looking like it came straight off an alien planet.

Speaker specs

  • Power: USB type C
  • Bluetooth: 5.1
  • Number of speakers: 4
  • Dimensions: 25cm
  • Weight: 5kg
  • Output power: 50w

Where to purchase

The ferrofluid speaker is live on Kickstarter until January 7th, 2022. Early bird pricing starts at $399, and then it jumps to $449 once those spots have been filled.

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This ferromagnetic speaker looks like magic
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