Here is a project that Mike Uzzi and I worked on for our video and sound class taught by Marianne Petit. We both spent a day collecting audio clips on the Zoom recording device and together used Abelton Live to mix them into a 5 minute track. Take a listen below.
After days of trying to figure out why the final product wasnt working but the test had no issues, I finally completed the final project and mounted it to my door. Now everyone who comes to visit me will know just how big a nerd I am (and probably not come back, ha). Enjoy the video below.
Here is a test for my NerdBell Stupid Pet Trick project. When the pressure sensor is pressed the arduino activates a hacked audio birthday card that plays the theme song to Star Wars.
So it might sound odd but for the last 5 years my fantasy project has been to make a working and technologically advanced doorbell out of a broken one that is, or rather was, just simply a button attached to a hammer that hits a metal strip to make a sound. I love the idea Read more.
Most people walking don’t realize that they are surround and interact with hundreds of sensors everyday. We were asked to take a day and make a note of all the sensors that we run into. At the beginning of this project I thought maybe 10 would be the max but I found myself constantly writing Read more.
So here are some tests using different analog sensors. Below are videos using a knob to fade an LED from LOW to HIGH and the other is a light sensor to fade the LED based on the amount of light that the sensor picks up.