My ever-growing selection of original toys, electronic circuits and innovative musical instruments. All product designs are open source and are provided with code and schematics.
Lo-fi electronic version of a marimba or handpan. Touch-enabled, with multiple tunings, pitch bending and Midi out.
micro:bit keypad synth with detuning.
A quirky musical toy that uses tilting to alter the pitch of the notes being played.
Arduino-controlled kids’ audio player.
Multilingual, battery-powered audio player that’s extremely simple to operate thanks to NFC tags embedded into microcassette-style cards.
Repurposing a landline telephone into a music jukebox with an Mp3 player. Specific tracks are played by typing their number on the keypad.
Arduino-based drum sequencer and drum machine.
Just tap a rhythm on its touch sensors and it will start looping the sequence right away.
A portable, battery-powered polyphonic synth with onboard speaker and audio out.
It’s designed to be a companion to small USB Midi keyboards.
A visual and haptic metronome, an aid for musicians.
Unlike traditional metronomes, it keeps the tempo by vibrating and blinking its LEDs.
A DIY STEM kit to let kids play with basic electronic components. It’s filled with switches, toggles, potentiometers, and LEDs. It also features a tone generator, a timer, a motor, and a photoresistor.
My contribution to an open source device that acts as a weather station, displaying real-time weather and astronomy data, forecasts and room temperature.
Ambulance with a siren and two alternating LEDs.
Will be used to rescue wounded toys.
LED runner with LDR and sound. Press the button to roll and release it to get a number.
Uses a 555 timer and a CD4017 decade counter.
Lo-fi sampler with pitch/speed modulation.
You can sound like a chipmunk or a monster in a cave!
A set of building blocks, a modular construction toy.
All the blocks have the same shape, and can be connected to one another in many different ways.