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Will The RIAA Need To Start Worrying About 3D Printed Records Next?

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We've been predicting for a while now that 3D printing is an area of disruption that is going to lead to legal disputes. Our expectations were that as tangible goods makers were disrupted in the same manner as content producers, it was only a matter of time. But what if...
Will The RIAA Need To Start Worrying About 3D Printed Records Next?

3D-Printed Records Sound Eerily Like Edison's Early Wax Recordings

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At the frontier of 3D printing technology, Amanda Ghassaei transforms digital audio files from Nirvana, New Order, and more, into playable 12" records. The results are recognizable, though fuzzy, calling to mind the wax cylinder recordings from the late 1800s.  The San Francisco-based designer describes the process on her site:  In...
3D-Printed Records Sound Eerily Like Edison's Early Wax Recordings
Joy Division and Daft Punk reproduced with 3D-printed records

3D printed photographs: a new twist on your holiday snaps

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Got hordes of old photos you don't know what to do with? Well, if you've got access to a 3D printer, what about blessing them with a third dimension? That's what Instructables stalwart Amanda Ghassaei (of 3D printed records fame) has done using an Objet Connex500, some algorithmic wizardry...
3D printed photographs: a new twist on your holiday snaps

Here's What A 3D-Printed Record Sounds Like [Video]

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If you ever wanted to print out your favorite albums at home, that weird little itch of yours may soon be scratched. Amanda Ghassaei, an editor at Instructables and DIY audio hardware geek, recently succeeded in 3D printing 12-inch records containing music by artists like Nirvana, The Pixies and Daft...
Here's What A 3D-Printed Record Sounds Like [Video]
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