[Lab] Help needed for sound circuit
marianne at intempo.ca
Tue Jan 10 14:27:38 EST 2012
Hello Britta, Andrew highly recommends I work with you on this.
** Timeline might be the biggest challenge depending on your availability:
the whole piece is due at the end of January!
I gather you have a day job thee at Argentine. Please let me know what might
be a good time to discuss details, options, etc; perhaps we should meet?
Let me know what's most convenient. I'm downtown and can be quite flexible.
From: Andrew O'Malley [mailto:aomalley at gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2012 11:43 AM
To: technical at paik.artengine.ca
Cc: lab; Marianne Dupont
Subject: Re: [Lab] Help needed for sound circuit
Sounds great, Britta, thanks!
On Tue, Jan 10, 2012 at 10:45 AM, <technical at paik.artengine.ca> wrote:
> I own a Wave Shield because someone I know couldn't get it to work due to
> its complexity as I remember. I can look into getting mine to work and if
> I have any luck I'll send my findings along. That is if Darcy doesn't
> beat me to the punch.
>> Hi everyone,
>> I'm writing on behalf of a colleague who's looking for some assistance
>> building a sound circuit as part of a larger art piece.
>> Here's what she's looking for:
>> "I could use some help with setting up a motion sensor that will cause
>> a small sound track of Happy Birthday Mr. President to play. I know
>> nothing when it comes to electrical wiring, electronics and technology
>> related to sound."
>> I think this could be accomplished with an Arduino + Adafruit Wave
>> Shield + a Sharp distance sensor (+ a small pair of powered PC
>> speakers); however I won't have a chance to assist with actually
>> putting everything together before the Jan. 28 deadline, so I'm
>> throwing it out there in hope there's someone interested in helping w/
>> the project.
>> If this of interest to anyone, feel free to contact Marianne directly:
>> marianne at intempo.ca
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