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A group of Estonian Art academy interior architecture students finds the nature to be too quite, so they decided to amplify the sounds by bringing huge wooden megaphones to the forest.

Each wooden cone is positioned to create a surround-sound experience, and stretches about three meters in diameter – large enough to sleep in or be used as a performance stage. Their acoustics are actually so good that they’re capable of transforming a sparrow’s tweet into the piercing screech of an owl.

They can carry a human voice pretty well, too, which means they can be used as loudhailers if any members of your group get lost.


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