I made a simple gestural controlled organ using Micro:bit and Puredata. It tracks the roll angle using the microbits accelerometer which in turn controls the volume of a sinewave being generated in PureData.
I’ve been experimenting with the Micro:bit microcontroller for a while now, and have realised I don’t have a central post showcasing what myself and other people have been up to. So here, are some of the things we’ve done with microbits: In this Microbit experiment, Helen Leigh and myself connected her (at the time) prototypeContinue reading “Microbit Experiments”
I was very fortunate enough to be made one of the prototype versions of Helen Leigh Steer/Imogen Heaps amazing Mini.mu gloves, it uses micro:bit to create a gestural controller and is aimed at getting younger people into the more fun/physical things that coding and tech can do. I’ve been pushing what this little, cheap productContinue reading “How to connect your Mini.mu to PureData”
One of my latest ideas is an evolution of my Proximity Mixer that uses Induction and Proximity to transfer audio signals from a source to a pickup through the air. This version uses an inductor on a pendulum with an audio signal running through it, with a stationary pickup on the base that picks up theContinue reading “Inductive Pendulum”