I've been lucky enough to be involved in another exciting Aestheticodes project, this time involving encoded celtic designs for guitars. It's been such lovely project because, apart from working with a great team, it has also been really nice to work on something that appeals to my musical interests too.
The project continues to develop and test applications of Aestheticodes, decorative encoded designs that respond in a similar way to bar codes or QR codes when scanned with the Aestheticodes app. In this particular application, we are experimenting with placing codes, hidden within decorative celtic designs onto a guitar. The codes can then be scanned and used to create a historic footprint for the guitar, updating its story as time goes on.
The team have just launched a new blog where you can find out about and follow the project. You can find it here.