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January 29, 2014 AT 5:00 am

#FLORA Music Glove #WearableWednesday

Tomas de Camino is using Processing, FLORA+accellerometer, and a glove to create some music! He writes:

Esta es una prueba sencilla para conectar el controlador Adafuit Flora con un acelerómetro LSM303, para luego manda la infromación a Processing. Utilizo el código de ejemplo de la librería de Adafruit LSM303 en la parte de Arduino, solamente que utilizo la información del acelerómetro en el eje X y Y solamente. En este caso en processing simplemente se hace un sketch que cambia los colores y utiliza un sonido de sintetizador con la librería minim.


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