The Re: Sound Bottle Captures Nature's Sound Effects with a Simple Cork

By: Elise Ying-Hei Ho - Published: • References: vimeo & designtaxi
It's not always easy to capture the sounds people hear on a regular basis -- footsteps on crisp fall leaves, the crunch of fresh snow beneath one's feet, laughter, crowds cheering in glory -- but the Re: Sound Bottle makes this possible with a simple cork.

Created by Jun Fijiwara, the Re: Sound Bottle is able to capture any of the surrounding sounds simply by uncorking the bottle. Once opened, the container is automatically set to record and encapsulates the desired noises one wishes to bottle up in their mini time capsule. Once the bottle is corked, the recorder stops but is able to playback those sound effects by opening the bottle again. Instead of pressing a million buttons to turn on the tape recorder, MP3 player or iPod, the Re: Sound Bottle immediately captures intimate sounds like a constantly rolling camera. Stats for Noise-Encapsulating Vials Trending: Older & Mild
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