We saw a lot of interesting gear at Maker Faire last weekend and thought we’d highlight some of those projects this week. [Josh Boughey]‘s Stribe was originally inspired by the monome 40h. It features of 16 columns of 64 LEDs for a total of 1024 individually addressable lights. Even with all those LEDs, PWM control means it can run off of USB power. 8 spectrasymbol softpots are used between the columns for user input. It’s really quite an amazing feat for being [josh]‘s first board design. All of the circuit designs and firmware are available. Check out Flickr for more photos from this weekend.
Maker Faire 2008: Stribe music controller
May 5, 2008 By 4 Comments