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Theremug, a tea based theremin! Thanks Zach! – Link.

Phillip Torrone

Editor at large – Make magazine. Creative director – Adafruit Industries, contributing editor – Popular Science. Previously: Founded – Hack-a-Day, how-to editor – Engadget, Director of product development – Fallon Worldwide, Technology Director – Braincraft.


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  1. TC says:

    Now if you could just embed that in the bottom of a cup with the wires run thru the table in a coffee shop or at a breakfast place , set it the frequency so that it would Growl , everything someone tried to pick it up .

    Just waiting for that vid!!!!!

  2. TC says:

    Now if you could just embed that in the bottom of a cup with the wires run thru the table in a coffee shop or at a breakfast place , set it the frequency so that it would Growl , everytime someone tried to pick it up .

    Just waiting for that vid!!!!!

  3. Rob - the tea addicted engineer says:

    does it work just as well with white and 1 sugar?

    cos i work much better with white and 1 sugar.

  4. david says:

    pd
    Any one know what the pd canvas i need to use to try this is ?
    A link to a pd or a description of which one of the samples it needs would be perfect. Thanks

  5. Pseudonym says:

    Excellent! The Infinite Improbability Drive is only a matter of time now!

  6. Kyle McDonald says:

    A growling mug… perhaps! I’ll look for another object to capacitance-ify that will be equally entertaining.

    For an idea of what the pd patch would like like… I just posted a screen shot of the max patch: http://flickr.com/photos/kylemcdonald/2126494098/

    You’d use osc~ instead of cycle~ of course, and could reduce the mess between average~ 1024 and sqrt~ into a -~ and *~ that you set manually.

  7. david says:

    hmm got most of the stuff into pd but there doesn’t appear to be an average function.

  8. david says:

    hmm got most of the stuff into pd but there doesn’t appear to be an average function.

  9. Dave says:

    does the “average~” object exist in PD? if not is there an alternative?