anthrolume

Experiments in wearable electronic art.

Control

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Modern computer user interface design generally eschews modes. Nevertheless, modes are rife in physical devices, especially small ones with a scarcity of inputs and outputs. Such is the case with my austerity-plan anthrolume, and I was forced to make a modal interface. But I did a few things to make the modal UI less objectionable, which are demonstrated in this video.

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Author: anthrolume

I'm a Seattle musician and experimental electronic artist.

2 thoughts on “Control

  1. Hi,

    that looks awsome!!

    Did u have some picture made from the inside of the Wearable Keypad??

    • What do you mean by “the inside of the Wearable Keypad?” If you mean what’s in side the keypad itself – there’s a round circuitboard in there, but I’ve never seen it because it’s entirely sealed inside a silicone skin. The keypad itself is this product from Sparkfun. It worked great for me, and I”m going to use it for Anthrolume 2.0 as well.

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