Reading Sound Waves on your Soundwave Ring
Early this year our Soundwave Ring was featured along with other unique personal rings on Buzzfeed’s ” 17 wedding rings that go above and beyond” . Check it out here:
The author seems to think that your encrypted sound wave message can not be read. In her words: ” ….because seriously, there is no real way for them to know what you said.” ¬†Guess what? Sound waves can be read!
There is no question about how instrumental¬†Alexander Graham Bell research in the field of sound, sound waves and communication was. Did you know he worked closely with the deaf? It was his goal to teach the deaf how to perfect their speech. His early research included drawing sound waves on smoked glass by tracing their vibrations. He word use the image of the sound wave to teach the deaf how to pronounce the word properly.
Patrick Feaster¬†has done some fascinating research into images and sound and has successful been able to play back old recordings which can be heard on his blog post: ¬†¬†“how to play back a picture of a sound wave”¬†.
And of course there is an app for that! This app can read images of sound waves and translate them into sounds: ¬†http://sploid.gizmodo.com/watch-this-magical-app-translate-analog-images-into-sou-1580732709
While each sound wave is unique to the individual the all have defining properties. After working with sound waves and people in love for over 15 years I can identify the the words ” I love you” from looking at the image of the sound wave. People who study linguistics are actually taught how to read the variations in sound waves to identify vowel sounds and consonants. For example vowel sounds are elongated and consonants are tall and sharp peaks. This Soundwave Necklace says “Love”. You can see how the hard letter “L” sound is a higher peak then the “ove” sound.
For those of you who do not feel like studying linguistics to read your Custom Soundwave Ring rest assured all Soundwave Jewellery comes packaged with an audio CD so you can still hear your loved ones message.