Chris Losee is a farmer, writer and maker living in the mid-Hudson Valley region of New York State. He's also one-third of the Grommet Laboratories team: a father-daughters collaboration exploring the interface between electronics, sound and vision, and living things. The lab’s "Slugophone" project -- an insect-operated synthesizer -- was featured at World Maker Faire 2011. They followed this up in 2012 with the Musiquarium -- an aquatic soundscape mediated by fish -- which won two blue ribbon Editors Choice awards. Chris, Sam & Jules are intrigued by home-made electronic gadgets, biomorphic sculpture and beam robotics. The laboratory's recently-acquired raspberry pi is expected to help further their investigations into physical computing.
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