After using plastic and metal as materials in 3D printers, now you can also have NOISE to be used to create 3D-printed objects!
Brazilian designers Estudio Guto Requena have used the magic of sound and 3D printing to create an inspired new chair, “Nóize Chair”.
The Nóize Chair, created in 2012, is produced by mixing recorded sounds captured by mobile phones with original CAD (computer-aided design) files, then combined together to make a new formless version of the original design.
They also recorded random sounds within the gallery space in order to put together new hybrid files which were then printed into completely unique miniature-sized Nóize Chairs.
Visit their great website at Gutorequena.com