3D Print Your Voice

While 3D printing is incredibly useful in manufacturing and rapid prototyping it is also a great way to create new works of art. In this tutorial we will walk you through the process of recording your voice to make a 3D model of the sound waves we can print. This approach uses the free Audacity audio editor (https://www.audacityteam.org/) and Photoshop. Audacity is installed on all public Windows and Mac computers on campus. Photoshop is currently available in the Blume computer lab (LITC 119) and the computers in the Center for Educational Technology on Level 1 of the library.

3D printing is available for FREE in the Center for Educational Technology on Level 1 of the library. Stop by M-F 9-5 and the Student Technology Assistants can help you out.

David Tatem