Lasercut 3D-Waveforms made from Paper

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Andrew Spitz hat Paper Notes programmiert, eine Processing-Anwendung, die Wellenformen von Sounds in Kreise umsetzt und an einen Lasercutter schickt, der daraus eine 3D-Wellenform macht. Erinnert an die 3D-Printer-Waveforms von Luke Jerram, über die ich ein paar mal gebloggt hatte:

Paper Note allows you to record a message, the sound is analyzed to be transformed into a tangible waveform made from paper. We programmed Paper Note using Processing and used a laser cutter to create each slice of the waveform. Each message consists of around 450 paper disks.

Paper Note ~ A Tangible Paper Waveform {+ generative} (via Creative Applications)

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