Soundplotter, by Shapes in Play
Soundplotter is an interactive concept that deals with the transformation of sound input into a physical object - a vase.
It is based on the idea that sound input can generate 3D shapes. Furthermore Sound-plotter is an attempt to answer the question of how can products in the future be generated more intuitively when the designer leaves space for interaction between
In this concept the virtual model can react to sound and thus change. A louder sound input is reflected in a bigger object. The vase consists of rows of cubes layered one on top of each other. The top layer is active and modifies itself according to the input received. The change is saved, moves down one step and so makes way for the next top layer where the process repeats. So with time the vase contains a message or captures a moment / user and object.