Old metallophone (toy) rejuvenated by Arduino, some electromagnets and printed parts :
Can be played with mouse, keyboard and midi files, samples included in software pack:
- Georges Brassens – Ballade des dames du temps jadis
- Agnes Obel – Riverside
- Yann Tiersen – Comptine d’un autre été
- Julian Nott – Wallace and Gromit
- Michael Giacchino – Married Life (“Up” soundtrack)
Flash (AS2) on the software side:
Thanks to midicsv:
Not the first xylobot in the world, but maybe the first in the Thingiverse !
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