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ML_Prisma_selfieMiriam, a Professor of Media Arts & Technology, started using Arduino in 2008 to bring new possibilities to her interactive exhibits.

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The post Maker Spotlight: Miriam Langer appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

Feature-590x363You don't actually need to grunt to get a good tennis swing, so why not let you're tennis racket do all the grunting for you.

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The post This Tennis Racket Grunts Like Maria Sharapova When You Swing It appeared first on Make: DIY Projects, How-Tos, Electronics, Crafts and Ideas for Makers.

Giu
16

The Bluetooth LE doc-a-thon at ITP Camp

arduino, bluetooth, Bluetooth LE, Electronics, itp, ITP Camp, ITP Camp 2014, New York Commenti disabilitati su The Bluetooth LE doc-a-thon at ITP Camp 

The Bluetooth LE Doc-a-ThonGetting started using Bluetooth LE is much harder than it should be, and that a lot of great work people are doing is getting dropped on the floor, or worse yet done again. We decided to sit down and do something about that.

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Giu
16

The Bluetooth LE doc-a-thon at ITP Camp

2014, arduino, bluetooth, Bluetooth LE, Electronics, itp, ITP Camp, ITP Camp 2014, New York Commenti disabilitati su The Bluetooth LE doc-a-thon at ITP Camp 

The Bluetooth LE Doc-a-ThonGetting started using Bluetooth LE is much harder than it should be, and that a lot of great work people are doing is getting dropped on the floor, or worse yet done again. We decided to sit down and do something about that.

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Lug
17

A “Make Tank” in Brooklyn

3D Printer, arduino, itp, laser cutter, Makerspaces, workshop, Workshop Wednesday Commenti disabilitati su A “Make Tank” in Brooklyn 

Alex Dodge made this NASA spacesuit by hand. It has become something of a mascot for the group.Brooklyn Research straddles itself between hackerspace, company, and co-working space.

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Feb
25

Prototype a Puppet Play

arduino, Electronics, itp, puppet, theater Commenti disabilitati su Prototype a Puppet Play 

makeaplay2Gal Sasson is running this puppet theater project using little more than an Arduino and some control software on a computer. The puppets, theater, and control box are all handmade.

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Gen
11

Control a Virtual World Using Music

ableton, arduino, capacitive, itp, max, max/msp, music, projection, unity3d Commenti disabilitati su Control a Virtual World Using Music 

productArboration controls a projected landscape based on the musical input of the user.

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Dic
21

BouncyIrises, a Physical/Digital Interaction Game

arduino, Design, itp, Laser Cutting, physical computing Commenti disabilitati su BouncyIrises, a Physical/Digital Interaction Game 

doozBot_1First year ITP student Xuedi ("Zoodie") Chen presented this awesome physical/virtual game installation as part of ITP's Winter Show.

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Dic
13

Physical Equalizer Gamifies Audio Mixing

ableton, arduino, equalizer, fader, itp, max, max/msp, mixer, mixing, music Commenti disabilitati su Physical Equalizer Gamifies Audio Mixing 

imageThe Physical Equalizer is built upon a set of homemade flex sensors. When blocks are stacked on top of them, the volume of different instruments in the loop changes.

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Dic
12

Twitter radio

arduino, arduino hacks, itp, nyu, OsX, Raspberry Pi, RPi, text to speech, tweet, twitter Commenti disabilitati su Twitter radio 

twitter-radio

This anthropomorphized wood bowl will read Tweets out loud. It was built by [William Lindmeier] as part of his graduate work in the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at New York University. View the clip after the break to see and hear a list from his Twitter feed read in rather pleasant text-to-speech voices.

The electronics involved are rather convoluted. Inside the upturned bowl you’ll find both an Arduino and a Raspberry Pi. But that’s not the only thing that goes into this. The best sounding text-to-speech program [William] could find was for OSX, so there is a remote computer involved as well. But we think what makes this special is the concept and execution, not the level of hardware inefficiency.

The knob to the left sets the volume and is also responsible for powering down the device. The knob of the right lets you select from various Twitter lists. Each turn of the knob is responded to with a different LED color in the nose and a spoken menu label. You can get a quick overview of the project from this summary post.


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