Sight and sound intersect in TURF’s Scanlines acoustical panels, a sound-damping product that uses an exclusive algorithm to create panels with texture and depth.
The technology translates images into “acoustic art,” adding function to form and morphing the look of the original art in the process.
The translation and transformation is quite complex. TURF’s algorithm takes the subtle differences between colors to create the panels: “carefully considering contrast, shading and scale, these interpretations are used to cut TURF’s acoustic PET felt at the appropriate depth.”
Options include 3mm and 9mm panels, the latter available in 30 colors and the former 12.
Almost any image will work. The only constraint is a maximum size of 119” tall x 47.5” wide.
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