Electronic music from Jelly

Priya KuberApril 18th, 2012

Ever fancied making your own musical instrument? Or better, cooking your own musical instrument? Two students in their final year at Les Ateliers French National Institute for Design created this amazing musical project using gelatin, called – Noisy Jelly. When the jelly is stroked, it produces sounds of different patterns.

Variations of shapes and salt concentration, plus the strength of finger contact, determine the audio signals that result. Once created, the jellies are placed on top of the game board, which is a capacitive sensor connected to an arduino that translates the interaction into sound.

The highlight of this piece of art is the visualization of electric signals in the form of theremin-like noises.

Via[Popsci]

One Response to “Electronic music from Jelly”

  1. pil Says:

    Q idea mas original. Aojonante

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