There's nothing quite like the shine of a brand new vinyl album removed from its sleeve for the very first time. But no matter how well you care for your collection, records can be insatiable magnets for surface dust and groove-filling micro particles (which could include dead skin and mold). If left unchecked, the build up could seriously affect playback. Rather than rely on detergents or chemicals to remove music-spoiling nastiness, a retro-cool machine called the Degritter uses ultrasound to get into the grooves and rejuvenate treasured vinyl.
- Ultrasonic medical molding machine reduces energy consumption
- Acoustic tractor beam creates an ultrasound tornado for large-scale levitation
- Graphene-based audio devices allow communication at bat frequencies
- Budgee Bot follows you about carrying your things
- Dolfi ultrasonic pebble automates hand washing delicates
- Ultrasonic clothes dryers set to shake up the laundry