Whether you’re immortalizing the sound of a loved one or stealthily swearing at your co-workers — there’s a staggering number of ways to pitch it. Handily you can render the model as flat for wall-stickability, or as free-standing radial sculptures that, frankly, look fantastic.
The project is open source, meaning those with the inclination can dig around GitHub and tinker at their leisure. For the rest of us, it’s a great timekiller. We give it a week before the All3DP office is awash with 3D printed Wilhelm screams and Endgame quotes.
Check it out — 3Dprintedsound.com
You’re reading Stuff, All3DP’s new regular post covering the surprising, cool and outright useful things we encounter week in week out. Not always directly relating to 3D printing, although most often it is, think of Stuff as our watercooler moment, telling you about this one cool thing we found that we just have to share.
License: The text of " Making Audio Visual with 3DPrintedSound.com" by All3DP is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
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