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Sounds into Ceramics: 3D Printer Uses Sonic Vibrations to Make Patterns in Clay – Visual News

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In a rad melding of art and audio visualization, two Dutch artists have created a 3D ceramics printing device that translates sound and music into textures in clay vessels. In their “Solid Vibration” project, spatial sound developer Ricky van Broekhoven and developer Olivier van Herpt mounted a powerful speaker at a lower place a platform on that lines of clay are laid down by a ceramic print head. Different frequency notes translate into sizeable and tiny wiggles in the lines of clay.
These are vessels perfectly
infused with the image of sound.

Whilst this initially video uses deep pulsing audio to create repetitive patterns, we’d love to see next ceramics created with acquainted music. How may a vase created with Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway to Heaven” compare to Fatboy Slim’s “Rockafeller Skank?” What if you may buy your favourite song permanently memorialized in clay?
See additional inventive work with sound at studiovanbroekhoven.com.
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(via The Creators Project)

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