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Credit Synthesis

Submitted by on May 7, 2010 – 8:10 pm 6 Comments

Credit Synthesis is a sound synthesizing sculpture by Jonathan Vingiano. The device interprets data that is stored magnetically on the magnetic stripe on credit cards, student IDs, etc and translates it into sound.

Jonathan wrote the software was written in Processing and Arduino. Here’s what it sounds like:

Seems like the perfect way to skim credit cards in an art gallery, doesn’t it?


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