Voice prints

via Coolhunting

Inspired by repeating visual units in Japanese textile design Voiceprints, created by Pierre Proske, uses specially-designed software to translate voice patterns into a design. More specifically, Proske loops and analyzes frequencies to create an algorithm that organizes visual elements into a representation of a person’s voice.

Like a synaesthetic version of DNA11 prints made using genetic material, each spiraling abstract voiceprint is uniquely characteristic of an individual speaker according to their intonation. Proske aims to bring the project full circle by turning the designs into textiles in the near future.

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