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Sound Wave Bracelet

This is so cool.  The Sound Advice Project is a website where you can record a short message to your kids which is translated into a visual representation of soundwaves which is then turned into a bracelet you can give your kid. It’s really awesome! You can customize the colors and the prices look very reasonable — $18 – $25 or so for a bracelet.

I found this on Popgadget and I agree that it would make a great gift for anyone.  Imagine recording “Will You Marry Me?” and then giving it as a gift?

I can already see the awesome possibilities in custom jewelry — take the sound wave bit and create a necklace for it, or even make a long, dangly earring.

If I were creating a special piece of jewelry for someone, I’d definitely consider this.

1 Comment

  1. Aviva Aviva on 30.03.2009 at 13:54 [link] (Reply)

    Thank you! I am totally going to be giving at least one of these as a gift soon…

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