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Today in Bioprinting: A Dog Tests Out 3D Printed Bone Treatment for Landmine Survivors and a Bioprin

Today in Bioprinting: A Dog Tests Out 3D Printed Bone Treatment for Landmine Survivors and a Bioprinter Operates on a Six-Axis Robot

I guess it just isn’t enough for Spotify to be showing us the wave of the future for getting and listening to music—as much and as often as we want. Now, should you wish, through a new device, your songs can be set up for the future too. And to make the whole process even more fascinating, these songs you don’t know about yet will be contained in glass marbles, just waiting for you when you are ready.

Domestic Data Streamers created the concept with the TimeKeeper, another project in line with their mission to ‘create meaningful connections between information and people’. Headquartered in Barcelona, the innovative company was founded in 2013. Currently they have projects going in San Francisco, New York, London, Jerusalem, and other cities around the world. The design firm’s team began working on this new device last year at the Sónar Music Festival, collaborating with Spotify.

Music lovers can look forward to songs being chosen just for them, depending on the preferences they have demonstrated in Spotify, and then played at a specified time later. The songs are ‘contained’ in a marble which is released on the date chosen. This is meant to offer greater meaning to the way we listen to music, as well as shaking up the norms of the listener’s experience.