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Arduino Music Controllers With Horns, Finally 19

Posted by timothy
from the we've-all-been-waiting-for-this dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Patrick Flanagan serves as the token human in robot percussion group Jazari. In this video Flanagan controls his bots with a Wiimote and a custom Arduino controller made from arcade buttons, zebra wood, and springbook horns. Due to production costs and environmental concerns, we haven't seen many new musical instruments made from dead animals in this century, but who knows? Maybe 2k11 is the year music device makers go stone-age."
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Arduino Music Controllers With Horns, Finally

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