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Dec 29, 2012, 09:18 am Last Edit: Dec 29, 2012, 09:24 am by superKittens Reason: 1

I've been dabbling around with e-textiles lately and I recently finished up a project that I'd like to share.

I've attached an accelerometer and an Arduino Lilypad onto a stuffed robot toy and made a program using openFrameworks where moving the robot will move a drawing of the robot in the program.  Musical notes are also played if the robot collides with balls surrounding it.


The project is more software intensive than hardware, but I thought it would be worth sharing!

More information on the build can be found at: http://www.meoworkshop.org/projects/partybot/


Very cool!  I ever would have guessed that all of that beautiful music was generated at (near) random by a bunch of bouncing balls!

I especially like that the handheld stuffed robot controls the position of the robot on the screen.

Thanks for sharing.
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