Laurent D

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This DIY Hacking tutorial explains the working and installation of the best voice recognition software for raspberry pi ,add voice control

another idea for an interactive component. In once instance, members of the audience played a toy piano which in turn changed the patterns of light on the dress

Disney tech that can sense a wide variety of human hand and body interactions – the future of input. #disneyresearch, #Touché

Touché: Enhancing Touch Interaction on Humans,. - Touché: Enhancing Touch Interaction on Humans, Screens, Liquids, and Everyday Objects (Disney Research Hub) “ Touché proposes a novel Swept Frequency Capacitive Sensing technique that can not only.

Sew Electric combines craft, electronics, and programming and presents them in a wonderfully clear but whimsical way. - Joi Ito, Director, MIT Media Lab

Sew Electric - Combine fabric, electronics and programming. Make a monster that sings when you hold its hand or code a fabric piano. Sew Electric is a set of LilyPad Arduino tutorials that brings together craft, electronics, and programming.

Arduino controlled sorting machine for M&M's / Skittles #NationOfMakers

A slick candy sorting machine that arranges sweets by color. Essentially, the machine separates different colored Skittles and M&Ms pieces and puts them into individual cups.

Researchers in Canada have designed a family of prosthetic musical instruments, including an external spine and a touch-sensitive rib cage. Joseph Malloch and Ian Hattwick, two PhD researchers at McGill University's Input Devices and Music Interaction Lab (IDMIL), worked with a team of dancers, musicians, composers and choreographers to develop wearable digital instruments for a live music and dance performance, called Les Gestes. (august 2013)

Researchers in Canada have designed a family of prosthetic musical instruments, including an external spine and a touch-sensitive rib cage. Joseph Malloch and Ian Hattwick, two PhD researchers at McGill University's Input Devices and Music Interaction Lab