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the mostly-purposeful combination of two toys into a circuit that seems to be very upset.
UNC School of the Arts & Blackboard Inc's
"Access Your Imagination" Contest.
A door access card reader re-purposed to play
"The Scientist" by Coldplay via a microcontroller.
read about the process
kids toy QLab remote
An exercise in re-purposing a simple kids' toy
into a useful show control interface.
By routing the signal of a microcontroller
through the existing toy circuit board,
the toy's buttons can trigger QLab functions.
Atari Punk Console
Here's a 10 second tour of my newly finished Atari Punk Console. pic.twitter.com/qpPy8Wwb5D— evan cook (@EvanMCook) April 22, 2016
Modifying battery-powered toys
in pursuit of distortion, loops, and glitches.
Circuit bending, with Ben and a scope. pic.twitter.com/ydzvQO8Bt9— evan cook (@EvanMCook) April 7, 2016
In April/May 2016, I circuitbent the Leapfrog Learning Drum into a horror show. pic.twitter.com/g6viOttMFP— evan cook (@EvanMCook) February 13, 2017
Stationary Digital 'Clock'
A (mostly abandoned) project to make a faux-clock that displays only one time, selectable by the user.
Today's work yielded a mostly working prototype of an intentionally stationary digital 'clock'. pic.twitter.com/kEy0USTdN8— evan cook (@EvanMCook) September 11, 2016
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