This project is similar to the first project in its approach to physicalize audio memories. But what is interesting about it is that there is the possibility to relive the audio using a modified phonograph. If audio memory is carved into everyday objects which people use all the time, these memories will be wear off along with the object just like yellowed old photos. As people relive the audio, it will have noises and distorted voices. Would this phenomena increase the perceived value of the audio (digital) mementos?
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