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Han-wool speaker / Speaker

Han-wool speaker
Han-wool speaker

Han-wool speaker is a design that explicits the vibration of one of the most renowned texts in the world, Hangul, Korean alphabet. Hangul is based on a very scientific principle that reflects the cultural richness of South Korea. The basic principle of creating a syllable in Korean language is by combining different phonemes. Han-wool speaker was designed using this fundamental principle.
Like syllables of many other languages, Korean alphabet also contains vowels and consonants. Han-wool speaker uses these elements and each element has its own function. The vowels function as the power supply and the hub of the speaker.

University

Yonsei University

Yonsei University
Seoul, South Korea

Bo-Ra Hong,
Yonsei University

MinJae Kim,
Yonsei University

SoJung Lee,
Yonsei University