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Laser-cut records made from wood

Posted on Tuesday, May 21st, 2013 in DIY by DP

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Here’s the world’s first Laser-cut records made from wood by Amanda Ghassaei:

You can now turn your favourite music downloads into playable records made from materials you have lying around the house.

Amanda Ghassaei, 24, from San Francisco has created the world’s first laser-cut wooden records using songs from Radiohead and Joy Division.
And the software engineer has made the instructions available to download, making it possible to create your own at home.

Via Adafruit.

Check out the video after the break.

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One Response to “Laser-cut records made from wood”

  1. That is so amazing! Having the old and the new technologies mix together. I think that it is really important for us to appreciate the classics and the modern times. You never know what creations yoou can make by putting the two together. And that’s what I think happened to Amanda. with her creative mind she was able to come up with a new outcome. If people are all like this then we would deifintely improve faster for the better.

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