Sound Wave Bracelets: Geeky Support

March 28, 2009 by Rico Mossesgeld  
Filed under Wearables

The original purpose of The Sound Advice Project is to help parents convey support to their kids in their own special way, apparently to help them avoid falling into (or further into) the drug addiction trap.


Image: The Sound Advice Project

But the project’s sound wave bracelets, generated by getting out the waveform of spoken words and turning it around its axis to create three-dimensional beads, is also really cool in a geeky way. In a digital-processing-results-in-a-physical-thing kind of way. Heck, I’d even send these as gifts to those who’ve managed to stay away from drugs. Just say no people, just say no.

Oh, and the bracelets definitely save you from the cost of having your special message engraved on your gift. It’s just too bad the site didn’t seem to work for me, leaving me unable to purchase my customized wrist decorations.

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