Pingdynasty’s BlipBox project combines two 5×8 LED matrices with a TO576S transparent touchscreen to create an interesting MIDI/OSC controller with visual feedback –

The BlipBox consists of a few simple elements cleverly put together. At the core there is a 10×8 matrix of super-bright LED’s with individually adjustable brightness. Overlaying this is a precision touch screen. On the side you will find some more controls; in the current incarnation there is one button and one knob.

The device can also be used to emulate a monome grid controller. Bill of materials + additional info can be found @

  • Tomaradze

    Too bad it’s not open source like the monome.