Creating McDonald’s Boombox With Janelle Resch, University of Waterloo

Mathematician Janelle Resch of the Audio Research Group at the University of Waterloo is the project lead on the Mc Donald’s Boombox, a free sound system and science toy being handed out as a limited promotion item at the restaurant’s Woodbine Beach location in Toronto.

Using no electronics and only 100% recyclable materials, Janelle’s team leveraged theoretical acoustics to transform a drinks tray into a paper smartphone speaker system delivering up to 70.4 dB.

This is the extended edition of Kris Abel’s interview with Janelle for What She Said Radio.

For more info visit:
uwaterloo.ca/audio-research-group/
www.mcdonalds.ca

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