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Headphones.Beta.v4.0 by zertyfire Jan 19, 2013
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This thing was made with Tinkercad. Edit it online https://tinkercad.com/things/jB8cJTwenyJ . These will actually work. All you need is a pair of headphones that you must disassemble. then, just glue the speaker system on the ear cup. Also, check the size of your head. This was custom made for mine. If there is any problems/suggestion, please tell me!

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Thank you, mr Farnsworth! I am continuing on the way of the arduino inmy new school. Thank you so much for all your help!

Hope you are doing well. It was a lot of fun mentoring you on this project. And I am impressed with how well you did it especially at such a young age. Do you have any photos of the actual headphones? I think I have some somewhere. I could send them to you. What's funny is that I am now teaching some high school seniors, two of whom are going to 3D design and print their own headphone designs.

Hope you are doing well,
Mr. Farnsworth