You know the old saying: one man’s trash is another man’s oscillographic synthesizer. The de/Rastra project from Kyle Evans takes an old CRT set and turns it into an audio / visual work of art, courtesy of four force sensing resistors, an accelerometer and several switches. Evans’s goal with the project was unlocking the “capabilities intrinsic to all CRT devices” in order to “[break] down the device’s ‘consumption only’ nature.” The result is a rather spectacular performance art video. You’ll be able to join in on the fun as well, as Evans plans to offer up tutorials on his hacking methods. In the meantime, you can brush up on your dance moves by checking out the video after the break.
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