Jerusalem-based Boaz Dekel designed a revolutionary new stereo speaker that could transform our acoustical experiences and be a prototype for the common household speaker of the future. By creating a circular perpetual self-feeding loop, Dekel's Aleph1 speaker can eliminate distortion caused by back wave energy interfering with the sound signals in front of the speaker. The speaker needed to be printed in one piece, and Dekel worked with Stratasys to create the prototype using the right flexible and rigid materials and Stratasys' Objet500 Connex3 3D Printer. Dekel hopes that his original speaker design, which was near impossible to realize without 3D printing, will be commercialized, making it the possible (sound) wave of the future. Read more at