December 13, 2012

Even Music Isn’t Beyond the Power of 3D Printing

According to BetaBeat, this made the rounds back in August on design blogs, but it seems the techies missed it.

quotemarksright.jpgRealität, a Mexico City-based design firm, has devised a way to translate music into a snazzy physical form. They’ve mapped the soundwaves and printed the models using a Makerbot.

The site dedicated to the project explains what these “microsonic landscapes” are.quotesmarksleft.jpg

Read more. via Make and @3DPrint_newsbot.

emily | 9:29 PM | News
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