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Speaking of Textiles

11/15/2006 8:22 AM

An Australian digital artist has developed a computer software program that translates frequencies in the human voice into spiral patterns. Artist Pierre Proske believes these voiceprints might serve as patterns for textile design. Proske notes that some of the designs produced by his program are reminiscent of traditional elements in Japanese textiles.

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Re: Speaking of Textiles

11/16/2006 5:33 AM

Isn't it like those animations on Winamp or WMP? They have different patterns according to the frequencies in the music (and their changes).

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Re: Speaking of Textiles

01/25/2007 12:49 AM

Well, it sounds very interesting. Where can I find it?

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