Obama’s 3D Printing Speech, 3D-Printed

11.21.13 Kyle Petreycik

Shortly after President Barack Obama’s 2013 State of the Union Address, artist Gilles Azzaro got to work with a segment of the commander-in-chief’s speech in which he spoke quite positively about the future of 3D- printing technology and its impact on the industrial revolution.

This jagged 3D-printed visualization, aptly titled Next Industrial Revolution measures about five-feet-long and weighs twenty-two pounds, which is quite an impressive feat considering the dense amount of sonic information that it contains.

Take a look at the video below as well as the images in the above gallery to follow along with the artist’s newest “voice sculpture.”

(Images: Gilles Azzaro)