Have you ever seen sound in its entire enormity? Well, the query may seem like something you would have never given a serious thought to, unless you are one from Realitat, a research and experimental studio in Mexico City. Creatives here have created three-dimensional representation of soundwaves that contain certain material shades hidden within them. Dubbed as Microsonic Landscapes, the project seeks to combine various tracks with their, visual, spatial, algorithmic interpretations.
A great deal of processing and Makerbot-assisted printing is involved in creating each of these landscapes, objects rather. While each object represent an album, wherein various rings and spiral flows lend a material existence to certain tracks that include works by Portishead, Anthony and the Johnsons, Nick Drake, Einsturzende Neubauten and Für Alina. Moreover, you could see certain axes in below images as well.