• Tom

    I could see putting some chimes around the perimeter for truly random compositions. And then stacking the marble tracks for polyphony!
    Inspiring simplicity.

  • Dave

    the real-world mechanical system (ball on track) learns from the computer, rather than the reverse!

    Apparently, it finds the best fit to the PIC’s rate, and that’s the lowest energy situation!


  • unigamer

    I’m flattered thay bibi49 used my idea (he linked me to his youtube video a few days). I did submit the original to Make when I made it last summer but I don’t think it ever made it to the blog, better late than never! :)


  • http://www.marblepolishingmiami.com/ Marble Polish

    Great demonstration!

  • http://www.marblepolishing.net Marble Polishing

    This is my first time I have visited your site. I found a lot of interesting stuff in your blog.

  • http://jackmcvicker.com/userinfo.php?uid=5676 Marilyn Toscano

    Nice for being visiting, a while were a few. Well just use that one, much appreciated. I need something similar to this for a project, and mine is on the same subject as yours. Thanks, happy trails.

  • http://demej00.wordpress.com jimmydemello

    Now its time to build one with a bowling ball.