Left Field Labs interpret traditional music box using 3d printing and WebGL

Created by Left Field Labs, Music Drop is an interpretation of traditional hand cranked music box with the ability for the user to create their own custom tune. Excited to see what we could do with 3D printing capabilities the team were attracted to the idea of tapping into the recent shift towards personalized, small-scale fabrication. The Music Drop relies on two technologies - WebGL to generate the user .stl files and 3d printing to print them.

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