Acorn BBC master. Apple IIe. Ampex 270 terminal. Vetrex game console. In the lab of ordinary hackers, it is difficult for you to find a more diverse collection of hardware. When you add 7 Raspberry Pi, 5 CRT monitors, an analog oscilloscope and an LED wall, people start to be curious about the zoo of current and retro hardware. What kind of connoisseur would have such a mixed collection? At that time you will find a fog machine next to the RGB laser.
Finally, you will learn that all these different appliances are networked together. Only then did you realize that you are not only dealing with a versatile hacker-you are dealing with a meticulous master who took nearly twenty years ago to complete a project he started!
This machine is called AUVERN It is the product of creative thinking [Owen]. Take advantage of technological advancements (and a lot of free time), [Owen] Laboriously put the old drilling rig he collected into use.
The Python script uses the input of the Kinect sensor to control the Mac Mini running the digital audio workstation software. The operator’s position, posture, and actions are used to change the music, lighting, and multimedia experience as a whole. MIDI, Ethernet and serial communication connect the hardware together through Raspberry Pi, old MIDI interface, etc.Watch the video below the interruption for technical instructions, but don’t miss the video below [Owen]’S website Perform a fascinating demonstration of AUVERN in full swing.
AUVERN used the Vextrex32 upgrade that we introduced before, and we inevitably remembered another bubble machine inspired by the epidemic. Don’t forget to send us your tips, projects and creations via the hint line!