Beatoven is a tangible music controller project that lets users ‘cook’ with beats, using objects as ‘ingredients’ to be mixed.
Superquadratic’s Beat Bricks is a fun example of a tangible music sequencer. With Beat Bricks, LEGO bricks are used as tangible notes that can be placed on a grid to create sequences. A webcam is used to capture images of the LEGO bricks and convert the tangible sequence into a musical one.
audio d-touch short was uploaded by: audiodtouch
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Fiducial Midi Controller was uploaded by: gabeshaughnessy
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Noteput is an interactive music table with tangible notes, that combines the three senses of hearing, sight and touch to make learning the classical notation of music more easy and interesting. It’s also demonstrates a basic tangible music interface. via Jonas Heuer, psfk
Reactable meets Barcelona Bakalao – part1 was uploaded by: tikovbcn
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