how low can u go….. inspired by the gigantic superfancy android powered labyrinth at Google I/O 2011 … it works! all calibration is done in realtime by your very own brain! running osc „control“ on the wlan-ipod, pd on the computer, pduino on the arduino
interactive electronic musicmachines @ school (15years), most easy and cheap diy synth
textile based computing – prototyp ingredients: condactive thread, flex sensor, pduino, arduino, midi (midAir) …..special thx to tom
verstärker, synth, diy-buttons….
building a ugly-crying-mutant-doll… technically based on my 555 timer synth video…filmed entirely with (the new but very poor!!!) 4thg ipod cam…thx to strumpfstudios
doing some drag&drop programming – arduino potentiometer pwm-led, very simple and handy, zero coding skills!
thx 2 www.modk.it, music by gommoral
osc/midi controlled finger drums (via arduino optocoupler 4n35 firmata pduino control-app)
supereasy diy-synth – photoresistor, flex sensor, pencil… 555 day 2; circuit from: http://www.scottmetoyer.com/archives/simple-555-synth
very easy setup for measuring rotation…
2 axis analog gyrometer+arduino+pduino+pd