June 17, 2013 AT 5:00 am

Phonograph Plays Music Off a Beck’s Beer Bottle


closeup of the grooves cut into the glass bottle

A few week’s ago we showcased wooden records, which generated eery, ethereal music when played. Now, creative agency shine together with the fabricators gyro constructivists have created a device modeled off of Thomas Edison’s original phonograph design that generates music off of tiny grooves cut into a Beck’s beer bottle (is this going to become a running theme?).

The Beck’s Edison Bottle.

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1 Comment

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