Edison cylinder inscribed on a beer-bottle

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9 Responses to “Edison cylinder inscribed on a beer-bottle”

  1. Angryjim says:

    Very interesting.. Trying to figure out if they coated the bottle with some sort of plastic. They seemed to hint that they experimented with that.  I can’t imagine how you could cut into glass without creating a screeching nails on a chalkboard sound. 

  2. gwailo_joe says:

    Very, very cool…Off to buy a six pack, ta!

  3. TheOven says:

    Have you all seen the Gakken plastic cup kit like this?

    http://blog.makezine.com/2008/11/13/building-the-gakken-cup-p/

  4. Angryjim says:

    Actually, found all the details you could want. It appears they did coat the bottle. I Think. The Society of the Lathe Trolls is dedicated to record cutting experiments and it looks like they got help and feedback and explained their project there:
    http://www.lathetrolls.net/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=3993&p=24204&hilit=beer#p24204

  5. dagfooyo says:

    I read as far as “Beck’s Record Label project” and assumed this would be music by Beck inscribed on a beer bottle.  ’cause it sounds like something he would do.  The actual band is pretty good too though.

  6. Dabidoh_Sambone says:

    The green bottles are inferior to brown, causing a loss of “spaciousness” and with a compressed soundstage occluding an otherwise sublime experience … blah blah blah … (insert references to crap only rich wankers can afford). 
    Joking aside – this is veddy cool.

  7. Stefan Jones says:

    This idea was TOTALLY stolen from Tesla!

  8. Jonathan Roberts says:

    Was anyone else expecting this to happen?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnsizkVjGm8

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