For the Float Shoppe’s Infinity float tank, we bought a used fiberglass tub that came with foam-core walls and ceiling meant to enclose the tub. The tank itself had two air buttons. One button for turning audio on and off and the other for toggling the lights built into the ceiling of the float tank.
We knew from the beginning that we only wanted the fiberglass portion of the float tank; the walls and lights would be thrown out so that we could create a claustrophobia free floating experience. We also knew that we didn’t want to give customers the option of turning the speakers on and off so we could control when they heard the music at the end of their float. [Read more…] about Connect Anything You Want to Your Air Switches!