Hello, Instructables readers.
Once upon a time, it was exam week at my university. I think most of my exams must have been over because I was slowly writing this inefficient but functional code forever. Anyways, my roommate and I had just ordered a bunch of ATMega328 chips along with a bunch of other electronics. I was trying to think of a way to use them, so I did this.
With the two official Arduinos my roommate and I had and the four chips I immediately breadboarded into Arduino clones, there were 6 Arduinos at my disposal. You know what has six parts? "Sumer Is Icumen In". It's a middle English round that we sing a lot. It bothers everyone around us, but with this new technology, the annoyance possibilities were endless.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PR1jNb7pFNw
So I went and did this. It's my first foray into multiple arduino interaction. Each Arduino plays its part on its own speaker. There's a movie of the results at the bottom. The sound quality is rather deplorable because it's recorded on my laptop's microphone. College did that to my recording resources. I may add another video if I can get a hold of my roommate's arduino again.
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