Laser Midi Controller - (Laser Triggered Midi Keyboard) - do it yourself

Laser Midi Controller - (Laser Triggered Midi Keyboard)


DIY Headphones - do it yourself

Here is the headphones that I've modified to be awesome.

For this build I was using:

  • 2 bullet shells S&W .40 Cal
  • old headphones. It happens that mine fit perfect to the bullet shells without any glue. I was using TDK EB760
  • 10mm wooden dowel
  • sandpaper 400Grit and 800Grit
  • finishing sponge (You can replace it with high grit sandpaper or steel wool)
  • a hacksaw
  • a battery powered drill
  • a drill bit (diameter of the drill bit should match the diameter of the wire)
  • a soldering iron
  • a vice or a clamp to fix the bullet casing for drilling

    Step 1: Drilling a hole

    DIY Headphones


  • Barrel Speaker - do it yourself

    Barrel Speaker


    The "Multiglow" concrete speakers - do it yourself



    Light Box DJ - do it yourself

    Light Box DJ


    Make your own AMP! - do it yourself

    Make your own AMP!


    Falangafone - Use Gestures to Control Your Music! - do it yourself

    At HackPrinceton 2014, my teammate and I built a robust, hand movement-controlled music system. We used the Leap Motion and its developer API to capture hand and finger data, and we utilized the Python language and the Pyo library for Python to process audio files in a variety of ways with the data received from the Leap Motion sensors. For example, each finger represented a different equalizer; by bending each of his or her fingers downwards and upwards, the user could adjust the values of these filters. We also used intuitive gestures to modify audio volume and speed / pitch. Falangafone was ultimately packaged as a Flask web application that allows users to easily select songs, profiles, and even visualize data from the equalizer!

    We took it a step further, however, and used an Electric Imp to interface with Falangafone. Using a toggle switch, we created an play / stop button for the application, and also programmed several LEDs to flash based on the music.

    This project was a great opportunity to learn about python, Flask, pyo, and electric imp. Huge thanks to the HackPrinceton team for providing participants with such great facilities to make projects such as this one.

    Step 1: Components, tools and software used

    Falangafone - Use Gestures to Control Your Music!


    Make your own Low Budget Bluetooth Music System - do it yourself

    Make your own Low Budget Bluetooth Music System


    Anachronistic Audio: The Cathedral Radio - do it yourself

    Anachronistic Audio: The Cathedral Radio


    QBee - AirPlay / MPD integrated speaker - do it yourself

    QBee - AirPlay / MPD integrated speaker


     
     

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