Slime-o-tron maker interview

Slime-o-tron maker interview

Eric of LEMUR talks trons, slime, and sound –

Eric Singer has more than just a penchant for making his musical bots. In fact, he has a separate category altogether for very innovative musical controllers he creates and calls “Trons.” Here, we take our first look at the Slime-o-Tron – a controller that works by moving conductive slime around copper nails.

Any guesses as to the conductive additive?

Hmm, ferrofluid could be a fun option – LEMUR Slime-o-Tron: A Slimey Controller [via matrixsynth]

Slime-Otron Crop

2 thoughts on “Slime-o-tron maker interview

  1. Widget says:

    I’ve visited lemur. I think they used graphite and cornstarch.

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