Weekend project: Building a DIY piano learning & tutoring system.
Project tutorial by tcucinotta
Interactive portable piano, featured at Hack.Princeton.
Project tutorial by Bonnie Eisenman
This 13 key Pushbutton Piano will play in any octave from C2-C7 (i.e. C2-C3, F#5-F#6, etc.) and uses a binary count to change semitones.
Project showcase by fillu08
The sunflower follows the light using a servo motor and two photoresistors.
Project tutorial by Mako
Hi there, perhaps I didn't get your comment, but either 144 or 72 LEDs/m should work with this project: the Piano Tutor panel has a configuration option where you select the LEDs/piano-key, which happens to be 2.0 for my 144 LED strip, but with a 72 LED one we could use 1.0 (never tried though). So, the 144 LED strip actually uses one LED every two, but this allows for some flexibility and the potential to adapt to keys with different sizes.
Now the modified MuseScore software is available as a binary release, for Ubuntu/Debian Linux as well as Windows:
everybody's going to keep fit with this :-)!
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