“Ohm” is a series of electronic lo-fi noiseboxes/recorders made with laser cut grey cardboard.
The interface and the inner circuits are printed with a special conductive paint. By touching the printed surface the user can modify the sound in different ways.
I love the way this project is so lo fi, and how the case is the interface and the circuits.
This project was directed by designer Barak Asher during 2008, Shenkar College of Design, Israel.