Friday, January 15, 2010

The Noisy 5

I'm not sure what this is, other than cool looking, so I and Going to quote from
The Noisy 5 are a series of textile samples, developed further from the Conductive Material Project Part 1 and 2. The project explores the aesthetics of the handmade in the field of conductive textiles.

Paper has been covered with graphite dust and lasercut. The fragile designs are embedded between two layers of fine tissue and are wired to a microchip. This so called “Auduino” developed by Peter Knight works like a synthesizer. By touching the Noisy 5 the user alternates the sound in pitch, volume and decay.

To see more See Berit Grinke page or at her website.

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