If you are tired of reading people’s tweets yourself on Twitter,check out the Volume And Noise radio. It was created by artist Sean Hathaway as part of a social-media-themed project and it brings the old world of radio together with the new world of Twitter.
It’s housed inside of an old 1930s vintage Philco radio case. An Arduino processor picks up some tweets and then reads them aloud using a text to speech program. Individual tweets are read in a different voice so that you can differentiate between them.
It even has static and AM radio tuning noises for that added feel of authenticity. This is a great way to read tweets for anyone who loves old radios.
Source UbergizmoFiled Under: DIY Projects, Technology News