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Monome January 30, 2007

Posted by Melissa Quintanilha in gadgets, innovative interfaces, music, physical interaction design.
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This example goes along the lines of music creation that i’m speacially interested in.

The monome is a reconfigurable grid of sixty-four backlit buttons.
Buttons can be configured as toggles, radio groupings, sliders, or organized into more sophisticated systems to monitor and trigger sample playback positions, stream 1-bit video, interact with dynamic physical models, and play games. Button press and visual indication are decoupled by design: the correlation is established by each application.
Demonstration video

http://monome.org/

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