The art of shrinking coins using copper coils, magnetic fields and enough energy to power a small city.
By Theodore GrayPosted 10.01.2003 at 8:00 pm 0 Comments
I remember driving past a fraternity house when I was a teenager and wondering why I could tell instantly that someone was playing the drums live, not on a stereo. Live drums, I realized, have a sharper attack than any electronic reproduction, and the distinction is obvious to the drums in our ears. But shouldn't it be possible to hit a speaker cone with a magnetic field just as hard as you can hit a drum with a stick?