Reify's 3D-printed totems offer an unparalleled level of synesthesia

Using technology they call totems, a group of engineers and designers embedded sound files into a collection of abstract 3D-printed objects activated by pointing your phone’s camera while using their app, Stylus. The product, known as Reify, seeks to “transform music into something you can hear, see and hold.”

Marketed as a “physical music platform that combines the best of both physical and digital music technology, and creates a new way to experience music,” the team has worked with bands and artists such as Yacht, Health, Mae and Tim Fain to capture their music into totems (or, what you see below).

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