Laser-Cut, RFID-Equipped Paper Radios

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(Via Gizmodo)

Designer Matt Brown created these lovely laser-cut paper radios to use RFID chips that can interact with a speaker to broadcast messages or change the radio to a pre-determined station. The radios themselves are designed by musicians, charities, brands, and designers. When the paper radio is placed over the speaker it changes the radio station to what the artist has chosen. Other noises and interactions can be programmed in as well.

[More info and images here]

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