3D Printed Sound Canopies Replay Sydney Opera House Live #MusicMonday #3Dprinting
Now when concerts play in the famous sails of the Sydney Opera House they’ll be live broadcast in 3D printed sound clouds that hover in the courtyard. via The Creators Project
Ever wanted to listen to a Sydney Opera House concert outdoors? Thanks to a series of sound canopy installations designed for VIVID 2016, the music being performed within the famous white sails is being broadcast out into the surrounding forecourt for everyone to enjoy. Printed on the largest 3D printer in Australia, the cloud-like Sound Cells are made from plastic sourced from recycled water bottles.
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