Love the kind of 19C industrial futurism look of the speakers! Is that just a stylistic statement or is the facetted trumpet shape what makes the sound so good?
And that looks like an interesting painting on your workshop wall.
I don't currently have the tooling to make parts that size fully round, although I do have my eye on a machine that could do it if the funds present themselves. Having said that, the customer purchasing the first production set tells us that among audiophiles in Japan the dodecahedrons are better sounding than full round.
The painting is from a series I showed in the '90s.
Here's a new edit with a few changes. I've almost got to a seamless edit. I made the corrections to the base drawing today but it will take a
week to render the clips.
This is built from one fly-by of 1350 frames rendered at 1280X720, H.264 codec and 29.97 fps, and three paths of 480 frames with all the same specifics. Getting a seamless edit between the fly-by and the paths has been tricky, but one final correction to the reference path should complete the whole shot seamlessly.
The disappearing speaker cabinets was another fun edit requiring rendering the same sequence with some different layers showing and hidden.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMiKmjc2T5M