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xylobot [Java]

monomexyl

Created for the Berlin Music Hack Day, held on September 18-20 at Radialsystem V by Ramsey Arnaoot and Robb, Xylobot is a monome controlled Xylophone with a custom Java app that receives midi data from the step sequencer and controls the Arduino over a serial connection. The board then triggers the servos to hit on the xylophone.

The whole construction was built in under 24 hours and is mostly made of hot glue and wood. A wonderful mix of digital and physical.

You can see other awesome hacks @ berlin.musichackday.org

(via CreativeApplications.Net on Vimeo). Thanks Robb
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Posted on: 26/09/2009

Posted in: Java

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