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Linyl Records capture audio and light information together on a single disk. It uses an Arduino to read the RGB values on the disk, which it then reproduces in ambient lighting. [via walyou]

Linyl are colored discs created from old photos or any other means that has captured light on a paper, these are then placed under a transparent vinyl disc that has special groves like the old gramophone records, this particular combo is then placed on a special record player that is capable of playing light and creating an ambiance with a nostalgic feeling.

Update: The team behind Linyl records is Benoit Espinola, Ishac Bertran, Natalia Echevarria, Shruti Ramiah. Nice work, keep us updated on any new projects!

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  • Nate

    …but it’s not capturing audio.

    Either way, it’s an awesome concept.

    This would be a good “remake” opportunity :) (maybe I’ll jump on that…time to learn Processing!!)

    • Marc de Vinck

      Yes, it doesn’t capture the audio or light information itself, but the data is ‘captured’, or recorded, on a single disk. :)

      Yes, please make your own version….and don’t forget to send us a link!

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