The Sound of Touch – real world convolution?

quoting from the MIT Media Lab project by David Merrill; “The Sound of Touch is a new instrument for real-time capture and sensitive physical stimulation of sound samples using digital convolution. The hand-held wand can be used to (1) record sound, then (2) brush, scrape, strike or otherwise physically manipulate this sound against physical objects.”

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