Waveform Bracelets are Lovingly Engraved with Sound

Waveform Bracelets are Lovingly Engraved with Sound

Taryn Williford
Mar 23, 2009

When the rest of the world wants to buy their significant other jewelry, they engrave a loving message to the underside. Usually something like, "You make my heart sing, Pookie Bear." Barf. When audiophiles get the chance to leave their loved ones a personal message around their wrist, they invent bracelets like these Sound Waveform Bracelets from The Sound Advice Project.

The Sound Advice Project exists as a way for parents to leave a loving and lasting bit of advice for their teens: Don't do drugs, you little punk!

Well, that's what mine would be for my imaginary children. But The Sound Advice Project suggests messages like "I believe in you" and "You have a gift; don't waste it on drugs." The messages are then transformed into real-life depictions of the sound of the words based on your recording on their Web site. The bracelet will only set you back $18.

But there's no reason you can't take advantage of this program, which donates the net proceeds from all bracelet sales no not-for-profit organizations dedicated to drug use awareness and prevention, to send a little geek-coded message to your audiophile boyfriend.

Try something like, "I love you more than Garage Band."

[ Via Geekologie ]

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