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Video: Theremin-Katzen-Mashup

Franziska Weiss
June 21, 2014
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Studenten des Royal College of Art in London haben ein Instrument ausgetüftelt, das "Mew" heißt und vom Sound her Theremin interaktiv mit Katze kreuzt: Eine Holzkiste mit Felldeckel, die, sobald sich eine Person nähert, sanft zu schnurren beginnt und zum Streicheln des Fell-Controllers einlädt. Es folgt ein mit Arduino und Max MSP programmierter Katzenjammer, von dem sich der Redaktionstiger zwar null beeindruckt zeigte, aber uns gefällt's: Video nach dem Break.






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