DIY music controller uses water

Toriton Plus is a musical instrument that reacts to fingers dipped in a bowl of water.

How does it work? Lasers over the face of the deep, interrupted by ripples. Only a few inches deep, but still.

Toriton plus prototype: first look [Toriton via Makezine]

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3 Responses to DIY music controller uses water

  1. Rob Beschizza says:

    When it rains, it plays lounge music.

  2. David Carroll says:

    Finally a practical use for chaos theory.

  3. Bobsledboy says:

    I want to hear what that sounds like when it’s in the rain.

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