An NTT Docomo campaign is visualizing how an individual sounds in a new project titled 'Voice Chocolate,' which transforms the vibrations and pitch of one's voice into into a delicious chocolate treat.
The process works by first asking an individual to record a short and personalized message. After, the frequencies collected from the recording are transformed into a unique design. That design is eventually mapped using 3D technology and turned into a tasty treat to gift to a loved one or to keep.
In addition, the recipient of the chocolate can scan the treat using an AR app, and have the message read aloud for them. This tech-infused variation of the classic gift of chocolate makes for a personalized twist on the traditionally romantic gift.
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