Here is a new Techtar video showing some examples of the squencer-module modulating the Kickup and a low pass filter. This time with comments:)
Hi, just want to show you a new project I’ve almost finished:
-3-channel brightness control (each two of the bulbs are separately dimmable)
-adjustable focus position via stepper driven mechanic (see pictures)
-wireless remote controlled (3channel brightness + focus position)
-remote can be hooked to a computer to control the lamp via client e.g. for
-most parts are 3d-printed, the rest of them are easy to gather
-6 Standard 5W Led GU5.3 bulbs
It was originally designed to be a living room lamp, but with color filters
(different color attached to each channel) plus a small disco ball, it think
it’s a nice disco lamp too:)
Today I’d like to talk about the Techtar’s Ampmod sound module which does
what I call “pitch dependent polyphonic amplitude modulation”.
I demonstrate it in this video:
The RepRapMagazine is a very valuable resource about 3d-Printing. I’m happy to see issue#3 is now available.
Today I want to start the documentation of my favourite project.
I’m on it for quite a while now and probably will be, as there
are still plenty of things to do.
I’m going to start with this short blog post and the video below,
to show you some sound examples and pictures of the Techtar.
A well functional e-drum trigger pad. Most parts are 3d-printed. It’s still work in progress but I’m very happy with the results so far. You can watch the progress on thingiverse and for most recent changes look on my git repository.
I have started to build 3d-printed e-drums. Here are some photos of the fist design for the Kick-trigger: