The shape of sound

Going beyond what is measurable

Sound is mainly an interactive, emotional experience.

Would a quantitative lumen measure express the emotional value of a ray of light?

Sound waves are formed by elastic energy: it is important to understand them both as corpuscles and waves.

Sound waves do not have a perfect geometry.

Light’s scattering effect also applies to sound waves.

Francesco Pellisari’s work and research are entirely focused on the reproduction of non-coherent sound waves.