Very geeky, very nice.
Experimental digital media, music, architecture, and sound art lab Realität — founded by Juan Manuel de J. Escalante — has created 3D-printed visualizations of different albums.
Realität describes their Microsonic Landscapes as “an
algorithmic exploration of the music [they] love. Each album’s soundwave
proposes a new spatial and unique journey by transforming sound into
matter/space: the hidden into something visible.” Each piece was created
with the open-source, three-dimensional data visualization programming
language known as Processing, and then printed via a programmable machine that can print in plastic called MakerBot.