This project will develop a stereo loudspeaker system for the Webmaster of Lansing Heritage that showcases the design and fabrication skills of the members of Lansing Heritage and the technology embodied in JBL’s state-of-the-art transducers.
Co-project managers reporting to a steering committee overseeing four working groups:
Critical Success Factors
The system will incorporate drivers that represent the state-of-the-art in transducer technology. The final loudspeaker must result in state-of-the-art system performance
The industrial design shall strive to:
The schedule calls for a completed system to be delivered and installed in the Webmaster’s residence in Winnipeg, Canada by October 15, 2004.
The project, from inception through to completion, shall be documented in a dedicated section of Lansing Heritage website. This documentation shall:
The system must be transportable for long distances and installable in a home environment. The drivers and labor for design and construction are all being donated. Out of pocket expenses will be targeted to be less than $4,000
Conceptual Design - Jan, 2004
Data Collection - Jan – Mar, 2004
Design Prototypes - Feb – Apr, 2004
Industrial Design - Mar – May, 2004
Fabricate Prototypes - Feb – Jun, 2004
Design Final System - Jun, 2004
Fabricate Final System - Jun – Sep, 2004
Transport and Install - Sep – Oct, 2004