This Is What Songs Look Like As 3D Printed Sculptures
Have you ever wanted to touch music? To hold it and turn it in your hands as you feel it’s shape, it’s texture, it’s weight? Now you can.
Lead by Allison Wood and Kei Gowda, Reify turns sound waves into 3-D printed sculptures that play the sound back with an augmented reality app. Wood started the company to explore digital synesthesia, a technologically augmented version of the skills Kanye and other syntesthetes were born with.
Read more over on Wired.
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