DIY Arduino-controlled Noise Machine Jacket

As part of a subject at university, Instructables user “jromanofski” was required to make something with an Arduino (what a great idea) and their response to the request was the creatoin of a “Noise Machine Jacket”. Although simple in principle, the jacket is an interesting exercise in wearable electronics and may help you be the life of an end-of-year party. After hiding two speakers, an Arduino and control buttons behind the cuff buttons, the results were quite successful, for example: 


With a litte change in the code all sorts of tunes or effects could be created, so click here to get started. And for more, we’re on twitter and Google+, so follow us for news and product updates as well.

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