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Mike Cook - Hexome, Tangible Music Interface 2011

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Published on Mar 10, 2011

Hexome is a hexagonal version of the open hardware monome music controller.
A Monome is a well known undedicated controller much used in music. Traditionally these are an arrangement of switches and lights in a rectangular grid. This imposes a certain restriction on the sorts of interaction the user can have with the controller.In an attempt to explore other configurations I built the Hexome, a Monome with a hexagonal layout.
The Hexome consists of an arduino processor, 16 bit port expander, and three multiplexed fully dimming TLC5940 LED drivers. Each switch is illuminated by an RGB LED allowing flexibility of display colours.
Credits
Manchester Fab Lab http://www.fablabmanchester.org/
More info: http://www.thebox.myzen.co.uk/

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