«Monomepi: kids xylophone + raspberry PI music box [Full Guide]

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author: Jürgen (jdo)



a few LEGO bricks, a monome, a few plastic things for stirring of coffee, a children’s xylophone, an Arduino and a raspberry PI. The music box is already finished. She sounds very similar to the things that you turn with your hand. What’s your name right again?


a big difference is that you may choose in the Monomepi itself, what to sing that thing. That is bad and the video says it all really.



a raspberry PI 3 is the brain of the history. (Thus, the sequence is entered) are thus a monome and an Arduino over USB connected. The Arduino controlled eight servos where mallets are located. These are the LEGO bricks and the plastic stir things. Those who are interested in the project, find more information and the source code for GitHub .


Nice PI-constellation




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