Remix in a Bottle
This is pretty cool! Japanese art student Jun Fujiwara is an audio recorder and remixer and has created a unique way to record sounds and play back the remix. A bottle. The user uncorks the bottle to initiate audio recording, which could be saying one syllable, or a clap, or crunching of leaves, to name just a few. Re-cork the bottle when done recording. Then removing and reinserting he cork gives the awesome illusion that sounds have been captured in the bottle, and then released.
MITSUBISHI CHEMICAL JUNIOR DESIGNER AWARD 2012
Prize: Judge’s Special Prize – Naoki Sakai Prize
Name: Jun Fujiwara
School: BFA, Tama Art University
Title: Re:Sound Bottle