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  While the outcome of this project remained focused on sound, it began as more of a way to use technology to decipher language tone. Originally, a wearable microphone would record sound and separate the audio files into different groups based on ranges of noise level. When the user listened to the recordings to elicit a specific conversation or memory on the computer, images and instrumental music would begin playing and display on the computer monitor. These images and instrumental music files would reside in folders corresponding to the mood they most clearly demonstrate; the noise level and tone interpreted from the microphone and computer would indicate the “mood” folder to be opened. 

The product of this device changed after I created a purpose mind map, (picture shown), in which I decided to focus more on visual cues in remembering conversation. Thus, the final product of the device changed from a sort of mood board to a collage that directly represented the conversation speakers and topics.  

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