Wobble is a interactive music toy that plays its environment. The shell is all 3D printed and the sound is being generated in C++ which is running on a Raspberry Pi 2 inside the device. There are 2 ultrasonic sensors that detect distances from objects around it. One sensor is playing the melody and the sensor on the top is creating a frequency modulator which modulate the frequencies created by the first sensor. The last sensor is a light sensor on the top which takes readings of the light in the environment and depending on the light in the room, the sound will change.
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