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Author Topic: Journey Through The Solar System  (Read 927 times)

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« on: February 09, 2012, 01:10:00 AM »

Journey Through The Solar System

Earth has one moon. Here's a short film about the Solar System made with a circuit-bent Interactive Solar System, fitted with a pitch control and current starve control.

Try these simple bends for yourself. A red wire leads from the middle of the battery pack to the main green circuit board. Snip the wire in the middle and insert a 10K potentiometer between both ends. Lowers values might work better. This control acts as a current starve, which pitches the circuit down while adding glitches.

Replace resistor R22 on the brown circuit board with a 680K resistor in line with a 500K potentiometer. This resistor controls the clock circuit for the black blob CPU. The original value was 910K, so the new resistors allow for higher and lower pitches.

See http://seaweedfactory.blogspot.com/2012/02/journey-through-solar-system.html for photos.
This person is dangerously insane.

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« Reply #1 on: February 29, 2012, 01:48:59 PM »

Got some audio from one of these that i did a while back here



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i am not paid to listen to this drivel, you are a terminal fool
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