Geeky Jellies Make Music

Noisy Jelly (1)

“Noisy Jelly” is a prototype developed by Raphael Pluvinage and Marianne Cauvard, whom state that each person can create his/her own jelly with agar agar powder, coloring, and a mold. 10 minutes later the gelatin is solidified, and it can be placed on a capacitive sensing game board. And by touching the jelly, it will create different sounds. The transmitted audio signals are also based on the variation of jelly shapes and sizes, the salt concentration, plus distance and contact with object.

Noisy Jelly (3) Noisy Jelly (2)
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