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Laser cutter carves music files onto wooden records - Gizmag

Like before, the first step was to rip the audio data from a WAV file using Python and then apply it to a customized Processing script. This time though, instead of converting the data to an STL file, it produced a PDF of a vector graphic. According to Ghassaei, the script can be tweaked to account for various materials, cutting machines, record sizes, and turntable speeds.


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A revered rocket scientist set in motion China's mass surveillance of its citizens

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