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Interhacktivist and Artech addict, Enginerd in Embedded Systems...
San Francisco, United States
Musical eggs that make visual art!
Tangible Wireless IMU (motion sensor) - in progress...
An electrically autonomous system that controls the speed of a video with the speed of a bicycle.
A (punk) ukulele robot - made at Science Hack Day.
Pulse Of The City: an interactive art installation that controls music with your heart beat.
Sound interactive installation for the Flaming Lotus Girls project of Burning Man 2013.
A sifteo smart key proof of concept - made in hackathon.
A midi controller using Sifteo and RtMidi.
A sifteo communication system to send sound messages to a phone/computer.
My 1st Sifteo game: Conan The Simpsonian.
An interactive art piece - animation of analog
An interactive art piece - robotization of a weaved picture.
A system to display vinyl scratches movements on LEDs.
A wearable wireless MIDI controller.
Interactive multimedia system for the museum of decorative arts, Paris.
A remotely controllable segway.
An interactive art project in which cyclists control sounds and visualization depending on their pedaling speed.
Arduino powered hypnotising wooden art.
Family of one feet tall spirits who react to human presence and are connected.
Model train remote-controlled through Bluetooth Low Energy
Play games on the go with a SmartInsole!
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I used an Arduino and my PC to clone an infrared remote control.
Plume is Localization Using Magnetic Emitters.
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The amazing luminous flying BLE controlled helium balloons project
Multi-purpose autonomous located wireless message storage devices.
Because I need all of your help to defeat Team Plasma.
A Nintendo 3DS controlled by Twitch.tv stream chat using arduino.
A debug card created at the OCP Hackathon 2014 to read the status of BBUV2 signals and flashes LED's for debug/validation.
Compact PCB for MSP430G2553 and NRF24L01+.
Neat !Any Github link ?
A demo video would be nice!
Nice !You might want to try a smaller resistance, the LED could be brighter ;p
Yeah, sure, "you can see the setup in the background"...