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Maker, researcher, and music enthusiast Oscar Oomens created this beautiful and unusual synthesizer called the SENSEI for his bachelor’s thesis. The synth features a custom touch interface and wearable gyroscope that allow the user to “shape” sound in multiple dimensions.
The synth features a custom touch interface and wearable gyroscope that allow the user to “shape” sound in multiple dimensions. The main inputs aside from the keys are a joystick […]
Arduino Guy, an 18-year-old Hackster intern and self-proclaimed embedded systems enthusiast, has developed a DIY social distancing radar
It can be attached to a bicycle or other anchor point to alert others when they are cycling, standing, or walking too close.
Fans of classic Apple keyboards rejoice! Jim Lombardo shared to our forum his recipe for creating a custom USB adapter that allows older keyboard models that use an 8-pin DIN input to serve as modern USB keyboards.
Jim took on the project when he found himself needing a keyboard for a custom Raspberry […]
Burning Man art car builder Loren Carpenter has taken Teensy’s ability to drive LEDs to the next level with a solar-powered installation built around a tricycle that uses a Teensy 3.6 to drive 6,400 RGB WS2812 LEDs.
The 32 channel system is capable of outputting ~1.3 million RGB pixels per second, achieving over a 200 Hz frame […]
Teensy forum user kxmx_kaugummi has made a multi-channel audio codec breakout board for their modular synth set up using the Teensy and a Cirrus Logic CS42448.
An audio codec is a device that translates an analog audio signal into digital signals and turns digital back into analog. This gives us both an analog-to-digital converter (ADC) and digital-to-analog converter (DAC) that run off the same clock signal. The Cirrus Logic CS42448 is a popular 6 input, […]All Blog Posts »
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