Cool waveform bracelets--advice you can wear

The Sound Advice Project lets you record a message, whose waveform is then custom-made into a piece of jewelry that can be given as a gift.

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The Sound Advice Project

The picture you see here is a bracelet modeled after the waveform of someone saying "I believe in you." Made by a group called The Sound Advice Project, it is a way for parents to record a message, which is then custom-made into a piece of jewelry as a gift to a teenage child. The purpose is for the child to always have a visual reminder of the advice.

Though primarily an effort against teen drug abuse (thus the focus on parent-child advice), the geeky-cool nature of this bracelet is undeniable. Check out the official site, where you can record a six-second message and buy your own waveform bracelet for $18.

(Source: Crave Asia via Boing Boing Gadgets)

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