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DIY: Star Wars Force Trainer umgebaut zum Musikinterface

Benjamin Weiss
May 19, 2010
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Der Star Wars Force Trainer ist ein etwas albernes Kinderspielzeug, bei dem man mit drei Elektroden auf dem Kopf einen Tischtennisball in einer Röhre auf- und absteigen lassen kann, untermalt von reichlich Star Wars-Gebritzel. Hunter Scott, Student an der Georgia Tech, hat es nun zum Musikinterface umgebaut das theoretisch sogar MIDI kann. Wie es genau funktioniert, erklärt er in seinem Blog (Quelle-Link), Video nach dem Break.

[via De:Bug Musiktechnik]







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