New Kit: Stribe1 Touch LED Strip Controller

Each Stribe1 has a touch strip and double column of LEDs that can display and control music and video programs. Multiple Stribe1’s can be daisy-chained together to form a low-res, multi-touch display. Use with Max/MSP or other software to adjust track volumes with VU meters, make a sequencer, control synth params and pitch, “scratch” through sounds, etc. Designed by Josh Boughey as a modular version of his original 8 strip Stribe (which won two editor’s choice awards at the Austin maker faire!). The Stribe1 kit page
Stribe1: Touchstrip + LED Bargraph Display from CuriousInventor on Vimeo.

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