Audio D-Touch Drum Machine

A tangible drum machine developed by Enrico Costanza at MIT’s Media Laboratory. The Audio d-touch uses wooden blocks to sequence the music and a computer is used to map the location of them via a webcam. The position of each block is used to control a digital audio synthesis process.

One Response to “Audio D-Touch Drum Machine”

  1. Andy Huntington
    January 25th, 2007 | 12:03 pm

    Very clean execution – but does spank of just making a graphical interface, physical.

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