Johan Gelinder has this week published details of a new interactive Raspberry Pi powered game he has created called Wobble, which takes the form of a musical toy that “plays its environment”.
Check out the video below to learn more about this Pi musical toy that has been built using a Raspberry Pi 2 model B mini PC together with a couple of ultrasonic sensors that have been used to detect distances.
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