Just like any vinyl record, designer Amanda Ghassaei has attempted to reproduce accurate sound bytes by converting digital audio files onto laser-cut wooden records with a precision of 1200dpi. Unlike hi-fi audio, the acoustics are rendered in a resolution of 4-5 bits (typical MP3 audio is 16 bit), and a sampling rate up to about 4.5kHz (MP3 is 44.1kHz). If most of this has gone straight over your head, take a look at the record in action below.
- Source: Design Boom
- Photography: Amanda Ghassaei