Sound interactive design that responds visually to the user's voice at frequency

Through the experience of visually displaying the wave of strings in response to the size of voice, we implemented a wave differentiated by sound beyond simple responses that only respond to the existing sound intensity.It provides a stereoscopic experience by stimulating analog sensibility beyond digital.

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Step 1: Making Video

Step 2: Prepare Materials (Hardware)

1. 1~12V DC Motor(Hobby Motor - Gear) *20

2. Laminated wood

· A big circle - 1500(mm)
· A small circle - 600(mm)

3. Rubber band*3

4. Cramp iron

· 150*150(mm)*20

5. 2T Formex

· Trapezoid shape *2
· A big square - 35*185(mm)

· A small square - 35*45(mm)

6. A black manila paper*2

7. Wall-Gracket

    Step 3: Prepare Material (control)

    1. Teensy 3.6

    2. Microphone sensor/MAX9814

    3. L298N Stepping Motor Aduino Motor Driver*5

    4. Jumper cable

    Step 4: Prepare Material (power)

    1. Power supply (SMPS 50W)

    2. Electric wire

    · Three-bar wire cable

    · A single cable

    Step 5: Prepare Material (Tool)

    1. Circular saw

    2. Drill

    3. paint Spray*3

    · Black color

    4. Glue gun

    5. Acrylic knife

    5. A quick-drying glue

    6. A insulation tape

    Step 6: Construction Details

    Step 7: Create Hardware : Wood Cutting

    Cut the wood into a circle using a circular saw.

    You have reached the first stage of building hardware.

    Referring to the uploaded image, you should know how much wood you cut.

    (Please refer to the first image)

    You go to a nearby lumber mill and cut it in a circle to meet the specifications.

    You get a big one, a small one

    Step 8: Create Hardware : Painting

    The circular wood must be painted with black spray.

    Dry until clean and repeat rooting.

    Step 9: Create Hardware : Perforation of a Hole

    Using a drill, drill 10 holes at regular intervals.

    Be careful of their hands when using a drill.

    Step 10: Create Hardware : Drive in a Cramp Iron

    Insert the cramp iron evenly over the hole.

    Step 11:

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      Sam Kim

      7 days ago

      bamjuu your artwork is amazing! i cant wait.