Turntable-headphones made from recyclable parts for Sennheiser
Audiophiles have been familiar with the German soundmasters Sennheiser since the last 60 years. Now, ID graduate Matthew Lim has come up with a pretty interesting concept for the brand with the EcoVinyl. Basically a turntable-headphone made from sustainable materials, this concept was developed at the Art Center College of Design and could probably be the most environment-friendly way to digital-music! Made from density fiberboard, cork and aluminum, this one could cost about $350 if it ever did hit production lines.
With minimal carbon footprint, the EcoVinyl is made of 45% fiberboard, recyclable and biodegradable and seems to be a pretty interestingly eco-friendly way to play music out loud!