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Soundplotter is an interactive concept that translates sounds into a threedimensional object. By means of the programming software processing the volume of a surrounding can change the size of a body in realtime. With high volume the body gets bigger. This principle is how the Soundplotter vases are shaped. They are built in layers, where the single layers resemble the chronological sequence of time. So moments can be captured, translated into 3d data and via rapid prototyping encrypted in a real object.
Prof. Peter Raab
Johannes Tsopanides Johanna Spath