Coming soon – The Adafruit OONTZ Open-Source Grid Controller – 8×8 + White LEDs. Build and customize your very own open-source button grid controller based on the Adafruit Trellis with the OONTZ kit! Designed by PaintYourDragon, this DIY kit comes with delicious translucent button pads, controller pads, diffused white LEDS and a custom laser cut enclosure. The result is a sturdy and elegant but also super-hackable music or video (or something else???) controller device
We designed this kit for ease of use and ultimate flexibility. All you need is an Arduino Leonardo, basic soldering tools and an afternoon. Once assembled and programmed with the Arduino IDE, this box turns into a USB MIDI device that works with any computer and has 64 buttons with controllable LEDs. Our default example program sends a MIDI Note On and Off message for each button press but with a little programming ingenuity you can send and receive any kind of MIDI command. Since its USB MIDI it can work instantly with just about all synth software. Don’t like MIDI? The Leonardo can also emulate a USB keyboard or plain old USB serial.
Since it’s Arduino-powered, adding more stuff like accelerometers, potentiometers, rotary encoders, etc. is straight-forward and uses existing libraries available on the Internets.
Each order comes with:
- Four Trellis control PCBs
- Four matching Trellis Elastomer button pads – 64 total buttons
- Three packs of diffused white 3mm LEDs – 75 total LEDs, so you have a couple extra.
- Custom designed laser-cut enclosure, clear body and black top
Sign up now and get notified when this kit is ready for sale! We’ll email you once we have the kits ready to go Meanwhile, you can take a peek at the github repo
Have an amazing project to share? Join the SHOW-AND-TELL every Wednesday night at 7:30pm ET on Google+ Hangouts.
Join us every Wednesday night at 8pm ET for Ask an Engineer!
Learn resistor values with Mho’s Resistance or get the best electronics calculator for engineers “Circuit Playground” – Adafruit’s Apps!
Maker Business — MakerBot’s technology of the future grapples with its rocky past
Wearables — Glue thoughts
Electronics — Check out this shorthand shortcut
Biohacking — Take a Tour of the Alcor Cryonics Facility
No comments yet.
Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.