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  • kinetica museum

    Visited the Kinetica museum in Spitalfields market. They are currently hosting a show curated by Cybersonica with a really good selection of sound art. The photo above shows a sequencer developed by…

  • Percussa Audiocubes

    Someone’s finally got round to releasing a cube based musical interface! (http://www.percussa.com/). Although at first glance it looks similar to the PETECUBE they seem to have a very different approach in actual…

  • PETECUBE’s played live.

    The PETECUBE instruments made their debut improv performance at the second ‘open-jack’ night of the Sonorities festival.

  • New wooden handles!

    The edgetrimmer/DAMPER interface now has a pair of wooden handles. These replace the large ungainly metal poles that were used in the earlier prototype. The new handles are shorter than the old,…

  • New gyro SHAKE’s.

    Have just been playing with the new gyro-enabled SHAKE devices. These are small matchbox sized units that contain 3-axis accelerometers, magnetometer, and now also gyro’s for measuring angular rate. Also included is…

  • Edge-trimmer prototype#2

    Ok, here’s the first real prototype of the edge-trimmer, which is a little more solidly constructed than the chair leg version… It currently isn’t hooked up to make any noise, although it…

  • record spinning interface

    Just started a prototype of a new interface. A ‘Shake’ device containing accelerometers, magnetometers, bluetooth and capacitive sensors is strapped to the center of a 10″ record, allowing the user to perform…