Listen to your favorite MP3 with a piece of wood

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Posted May 20, 2013 by Johnny2x in Entertainment

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People are smart. It’s good to see our brains being used to think of some pretty wild things.

Amanda Ghassaei programmed new code that let her substitute the 3D printer for a laser cutter to carve functional records from wood and other materials. You can then play that piece of wood with any turntable. Pretty awesome if you ask me!

I love music. I love technology. I love people that can program. I love nature. This combines it all.

Gizmag.com:

Not too long ago, Amanda Ghassaei from Instructables caught our attention when she constructed several playable records with a 3D printer. By sending raw audio data through a custom script, she was able to automatically generate 3D designs for a printer to follow – albeit with crude results. Recently, Ghassaei programmed a new code that let her substitute the 3D printer for a laser cutter to carve functional records from wood and other materials.

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Source: Amanda GhassaeiInstructables, Gizmag

Laser Cut Record from Amanda Ghassaei on Vimeo.

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John created the HowsYourRobot.com just because he cares about each and everyone of you. He likes science, technology, movies, and music. He also likes long walks in the park but only at night and in most dangerous park he can find AND he discovered the internet while playing in his back yard as a child. Some of this is true and some of it is not.

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