These incredible CT scans will make you fall in love with the iPod
The iPod may be gone, but we will never forget how incredible Apple’s portable music player was. To mark its incredible race, Lumafield’s team put the iPod under its Neptune scanner to show how extraordinary and revolutionary it was এবং and to show how it has evolved over the years.
Lumafield has chosen three models for scanning: the first-gen iPod, the sixth-gen iPod Classic, and the original iPod Nano. The results are mesmerizing and show how Tony Fadel and the iPod team were able to engineer the iPod to maximize space and thin. In fact, Fedel joined Lumafield to test the scans and reminded each player of the complexity and accuracy of the design. John Bruner explains as product lead:
We chose these iPod models because they represented a few major milestones The first, of course, was a landmark in product design, but it was the only one with a mechanical wheel. You can see the ball bearing on the scan, and Tony talks about how difficult it was to make a mechanical wheel that would not sway back and forth when it was being used. The 6th generation iPod Classic was a mature version of the product line, with a solid-state wheel, more modern connectors and much less space inside. The Nano Gen 1 represents a huge breakthrough in the preceding and miniaturization of the 6th Gen iPod Classic.
We’ve created a gallery of our favorite images below, but visit Lumafield’s iPod CT scan site to check out the full video and 360-degree scans.