New ways of interaction

© Jonas Wedelstädt - FHP Design Potsdam - 2013

This is my final assignment for the "Design of Physical and Virtual Interfaces" course at the University of Design in Potsdam, Germany.
Sound Radar is a DIY Midi Controller. The tones are controlled by six magnetic sensors, which are mounted under the record. The beats are produced depending on how you attach the magnets on the record .
In addition, it has eight different potentiometer for regulating effects. The sensors are connected to the "Teensy 2.0" module. The code was written in Arduino.

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New ways of interaction

Jens Franke

This channel is a collection of projects about newer ways of human and physical interaction, hosted by Jens Franke (jensfranke.com | twitter.com/jensfranke).

It features interactive installations and systems with a strong focus on…


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This channel is a collection of projects about newer ways of human and physical interaction, hosted by Jens Franke (jensfranke.com | twitter.com/jensfranke).

It features interactive installations and systems with a strong focus on technologies such as multi touch, tangible and gestural interfaces, augmented reality and physical computing.

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