Van der Waals speaker with ferromagnetic visualizer: when art meets technology

Van der Waals speaker with ferromagnetic visualizer: when art meets technology

What if you had the ability to see music? With ferrofluid, that is finally possible.
This technology developed by NASA is based on a magnetic liquid used in rocket ships to control fuel in Zero Gravity. Now Van Der Waals uses it in their speakers to provide music aficionados with stunning graphics equalization to accompany their favorite songs.

This Bluetooth 5.1 speaker, named after Dutch physicist and Nobel laureate Johannes Diderik van der Waals, looks something like an angled globe. Every inch, corner and curve of their ferrofluid speakers is design with utmost precision. Compact and futuristic, it delivers a welcome addition to your interior setting.

Paired with 2x15W mid-bass speakers and 2x15W tweeters, it provides a pure and superior noise while the liquid inside undulates and moves like a modern artwork.
Moreover, all Van der Waals receivers are sourced from Qualcomm, brand leader in wireless technology.
It is not enough to listen. Seeing is believing.