Mobile instrument with motion tracking

As a part of rapid mobile application workshop, our group made this “Pocket Toshi” instrument. It uses the N95 phones accelerometer to move the ball on the screen. When the ball hits the keys on the side of the screen, the application plays the corresponding sound.

The left side of the screen holds four percussion instruments and there is an additional clap instrument that plays when the user makes a rapid movement along the Y-axis. The keyboard instrument can also be changed from the application menu. The programming was done using Python.

Our project groups members were: Teemu Korpilahti, Jenna Sutela & Marcus Malka
 





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