Sound Butter: Visualizing Sound (With a Sewing Machine)

Sound Butter: Visualizing Sound (With a Sewing Machine)
Dan Gould
  • 17 november 2008

We’re really enjoying the work of interactive design group Sound Butter. The duo of Patrick Li and Ian Gallais has a radically different approach to design. Using humor, everyday objects, artistic flair and a healthy dose of adventurous experimentation, Sound Butter makes you simultaneously laugh and think with their creations. One such project is the “visible sound sewing machine”. It’s a prototype of a device that would make sound visible and physical by sewing waveforms onto fabric. Be sure to investigate their other work at the Sound Butter site here.

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