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Sound Tattoos Construct it. Suck it. Play It. Vsauce! This is your home for some of the coolest creations from everyday people. This is Sound Tattoos. Construct it Estonian Designer Pavel Sidorenko repurposes old-fashioned vinyl records into wall clocks. The sequence is called Re-Vinyl and he misses to reduce the waste of useful fabrics as well decrease the uptake of new fabrics. Some of his motifs include cityscapes, animals, human interaction, and inanimate objects and sound tattoos.

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Alvaro Cassinelli created these robotic Japanese plot lamps for an exhibition in Tokyo. They're able to sense other objects so they don't tread on floras or run into anything in the plot and they can be controlled with a smart machine. His hope is to one day have a plot that takes care of itself in the absence of humans. Designer Echo Yang stimulated these autonomous cleaning machines out of everyday objects paired with different media with sound tattoos. Including a hand mixer utilizing watercolor, a wind-up clock utilizing pencil lead, and a Walkman utilizing charcoal-gray. Dustin Yellin constitutes 3D collages by encasing objects into layers of glass. He uses bits he obtains on the street, clippings, the computer made likeness, acrylic, and glass to create the curves. Like this massive spouse that weighs 12 tons and is inches tall, 69 inches long, and 27 inches deep and his latest sequence is called psychogeography. Suck it High Voltage is a project by Phillip David Stearns that incorporates electronics with photography.

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They have a large accumulation of creators that work for both commercial and private clients to realize murals for interiors and exteriors as well as custom prowess bits. Find the link below to check out the full video. Play it Classic Pianist Yoshiki acted a piano struggle with a hologram of himself live at the 2014 South By Southwest. Reading my organization been developed by Dmitry Morozov is a music controller that sees ink on your skin to play your tattoos. The Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology established this robotic drum prosthesis used here by Jason Barnes. Finally, Cell Song by Fanfarlo is a music video been developed by Ewan Jones Morris using old-fashioned science journals and encyclopedias. Submit your BiDiPis as a personal message here on YouTube or share them with everyone over at Facebook.com/ VsauceTwo.

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