This is cool. If the sound is as good as they meke it out to be, I would buy it.
The flat loudspeaker that is as thin as a sheet of foil
A groundbreaking new loudspeaker that can be printed on and used as a wall poster has been developed by British engineers.
The lightweight and flexible speakers are less than 0.25mm thick and could also be concealed in car interiors or ceiling tiles.
Steve Couchman, CEO of Warwick Audio Technologies said: 'We believe this is a truly innovative technology.
'Its size and flexibility means it can be used in all sorts of areas where space is at a premium.'
The laminate is made up of conducting and insulating materials
All speakers work by converting an electric signal into sound. Usually, the signal is used to generate a varying magnetic field, which in turn vibrates a mechanical cone to produce a sound.
The new 'Flat, Flexible Loudspeaker' uses a bendy laminate made up of thin, conducting and insulating materials, which when vibrated by an electrical signal produces a clearer, crisper noise.
The makers say the sound is projected further and doesn't deteriorate in quality or volume like conventional speakers. It can also be angled in a certain direction