A very thin component (2.4mm x 4.7mm x 34.5mm) is a distribute mode actuator which is made of piezoelectric thin films formed on metal plate. This device enables a flat panel screen to vibrate to make sounds. The flat display panel may vary from a mobile communications device to a desktop display system such as a personal computer. According to a news release from the supplier, Authentic, Ltd., the Authentic's DMA device is embedded in a mobile clinical assisting system of Philips FIMI.
I personally wish and expect that a further improved version of this device will be used when an organic electroluminescence display is commercially available some time in the near future.
This seems to be a simple but great idea to integrate stereo microphones with earphones. With this microphone-earphone, which Adphox supplies, you can pick up and record any sounds as you hear and wherever you are because the microphones are positions onto your ears. Why don't you try a few demo sounds at the supplier's site? Wearing high quality headsets is recommendable for listening.
The architectural shutters presented by this YouTube video look like not just shutters but well designed architectural exteriors. All the other products, Sugatsune Kogyo, the shutter supplier, seem to be more than mechanical components, just like high precision materials.