Teeter – Tangible Sequencing Instrument was uploaded by: Conor Barry
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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.
Reactable Live @ Dubspot! Interactive Sound Design Workshop Recap was uploaded by: DubSpot
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BallBeats – Amen Break was uploaded by: alkexinstruments
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audio d-touch short was uploaded by: audiodtouch
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BeatMachine – Amateur is a DIY project that uses a webcam and a computer to turn a sheet of paper and some bottle caps into a drum machine. This is totally MacGiver – but you gotta love it, too. Unfortunately, the creator’s site is in Polish. If you can read it, give us the run down… Read More BeatMachine: A Paper Drum Machine
Enrico Costanza is doing some interesting stuff with tangible interfaces and even intimate interfaces. Check out this tangible virtual drum machine interface: Here’s how it works: