See it on Flickr I made this cute little vibrobot today, with some spare parts I had lying around. Got inspired by an old Makezine article, and decided to smack it together. It turned out pretty cool actually, it hums around like a happy little bug. I gave it a cute nose with a potentiometer,… Fortsett å lese Deadly cute DIY Vibrobot!
Microfield Softboard demo. Would be wonderful to recreate in Flash, if possible. Into physical computing? Check out these links: [deliciousthumbs tag=”physicalcomputing” count=”9″]
Notes from a presentation by Tom Igoe at FlashForward 2005. Lecture notes: http://www.tigoe.net/workshops/flashforward05/ http://tigoe.net/pcomp/ Using the serial port and a pc to create interactive art and toys. One of the more liberating ideas that’s come out of the past couple decades is amateur software development. Instead of seeing software as something that’s handed down from… Fortsett å lese Tom Igoe – Physical Interaction Design Using Processing
MAKE: Blog: Nintendo controllers as musical instruments: “Jeff Hoefs is doing some really amazing hacks and mods with Nintendo controllers. He’s made PowerPad midi keyboards, PowerGlove music controllers and Nintendo Uforce controllers to create music. All at once too! He sent this overview in of what’s what he’s up to, along with some great photos… Fortsett å lese MAKE: Blog: Nintendo controllers as musical instruments
LEMUR: League of Electronic Musical Urban Robots The League of Electronic Musical Urban Robots is chock full of mind boggling things that go beyond your everyday band of robot instrumentalists. [embed:http://www.youtube.com/v/jtdBznMXhNU] [embed:http://www.youtube.com/v/HxLTJmmyqn4]