Denver painter Thomas Evans, aka Detour, creates portraits of iconic music figures that also have hidden musical features.
Bare Conductive let us know about a new instrument, created with designer Vahakn Matossian, that uses open-source hardware and conductive paint to create a musical interface that’s designed to be accessible to physically handicapped people. Matossian’s inspiration came from working side-by-side with the British ParaOrchestra, in the lead up to the London Olympic games in 2012. Matossian… Read More Making New Instruments With Open Source Technology & Conductive Paint
Here’s an update on the Touch Board DIY toolkit for creating custom interfaces. Since our last post about the Touch Board, the project has blown past its fundraising goals by over 300%. And they’ve release a new demo video, embedded above, that looks at using the Touch Board with MIDI. Check it out and let… Read More Using The Touch Board With MIDI
Touch Board is a DIY toolkit designed for letting you use the world around you as a sensor. Touch Board lets you connect anything conductive to one of its 12 electrodes and trigger a sound via its onboard MP3 player, play a MIDI note or do anything else that you might do with an Arduino or… Read More Touch Board Lets You Create Projects That Turn Touch Into Sound