audio to 3D form

We are still trying out ways of translating audio into sequences of frames of greyscale information, which can then be interpreted (like slices of MRI & CT scans are in 3D Slicer) into 3D form that could be bioprinted.

For the audio, we are staying close to the human experience of heart troubles – the sound patients hear when in the MRI scanner;  the sound of human breath in a hospital ward; EEG signals from a person’s heart …

audio converted to greyscale image

And more lockdown drawings of cardiac spheroids…

cardiac spheroids drawing

drawn from an image by Clara Liu Chung Ming: Mini-heart (healthy/control model), 2020

which are looking like they’d lend themselves nicely to tea towels, greeting cards and other merch, or is this the beginning of a graphic novel?

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