Music You Can Hear, See and Hold

Music You Can Hear, See and Hold

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

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 3 august 2015

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.”

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