A cool 30 x 10 ft light show which includes 2 Arduino Mega boards, a hundred single-color LED strips and some SMPS full of AMPERES.
An Arduino-based robot drummer. It works with a transistor noise-generator and an arrangement of servos hitting a can and a pair of piezos.
I wasn't happy with the way the square waves sound, so I explored using other methods of generating sound waves with Arduino.
Yet another Thomas Helmet made from a 3d printer with Attiny85 to control the RGB LED lights.
The ability to process, manipulate and otherwise work with audio signals is a key feature of DSP in FPGA. Here's a look at how we do this!
An Arduino-based programmable light suit for dancers.
How about a metronome that beeps and lights up? Why I think yes! Also same setup with separate code runs a Whack A Mole game!
Generate a sound described by Fourier Analysis coefficients. FPGA gives a possibility of generating complex sounds in real time.
Translate music to a dazzling light show with this customizable light controller project. Great for DJs, parties, and 1:1 shows!
A musical arm used to play 7 'sur' using only three fingers!
Hamparsum Note Convertor system which has historical importance is taken with Pcam5c and converted into current note system.
A class D audio amplifier based around a TPA3255 board with features that include preamps as well as balanced and unbalanced inputs.
A pencil holder that also functions as a musical flashlight or lamp.