GilbertPot shared on Thingiverse:
I have been experimenting with binaural microphones so my first effort was to make a binaural dummyhead of a 3d scan of my own head..It’s heavily decimated to make it more ‘generic’. Still working on this one..It’s also quite large to print so i had to split the model in 4 pieces…
I have also been developing this binaural microphone based on similar desgns like the 3Dio 3d mic.
My goal was to create something that was cheaper, fun to build, and also pleasing to the eye instead of looking too ‘studio’.
Just for aesthetics i added a lens that lights up when spoken into the mic.
Since this is all still work in progress I’havent uploaded all 3D models yet…just the head for now
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