3D Printed Audio Jewelry: Sound Takes Shape

A word that phonetically resembles or suggests the sound it is meant to describe is termed an “onomatopoeic.” For instance, “moo,” “oink,” and “tick tock” are linguistic imitations of aural phenomena. A clever, young designer from San Francisco who goes by the screen name, “10DotMatrix,” has developed a method for creating 3D onomatopoeic forms for jewelry.
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