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3D-Printed Speech Demonstrates Obama’s Vision For Manufacturing [Pics]

3D-Printed Speech Demonstrates Obama’s Vision For Manufacturing [Pics]
Design

39-seconds of the State of the Union address is transfomed into an awe-inspiring lunar piece of art.

Ross Brooks
  • 22 november 2013

Gilles Azzaro is a self-described voice sculptor and artist who transforms invisible and intangible recordings into something solid and tangible. He was was recently inspired by Barack Obama’s State of the Union address to transform a 39 second snippet of that speech into 3D-printed art. Working with Toulouse FabLabArtilect, the 3-D printed piece is a representation of the next industrial revolution that will be sparked by hubs of technology like 3D-printing, according to the president.

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