Berlin Atonal 2018 – Reverse Osmosis (Mika Oki)

Reverse Osmosis is a purification process by which a solvent passes through a porous membrane. In other words, it is about our need to construct alternate versions of the world, gateways to other mental spaces. An imaginary frontier and an immaterial looking glass for children trying to catch the smoke by closing their hands on … Read moreBerlin Atonal 2018 – Reverse Osmosis (Mika Oki)

MIDI Elements Teensy Library V2

After quite some time, I finally found a chance to update the MIDI Elements library, improve some features and make a proper documentation for it. After a lot of requests I added a class for endless encoders and RGB LED’s. Also added mapping features for the Potentiometer class that makes it easier to use with … Read moreMIDI Elements Teensy Library V2

AST 2.0

photo by bad-pixel Ast (meaning branch), is an expressive multi-sensor musical instrument Marco Brosolo conceptualized and created for his performances. It is a collaboration going for quite a few years now between Marco, Massimo Scamarcio, Sebastian and recently myself. The latest developments we worked on was adding a second pair of pressure and position sensors, … Read moreAST 2.0

Aftertouch MIDI Glove

It’s been a while since I posted a new project here, but after the Moving Silence festival I got so fascinated, inspired and charged with this creative energy that shortly after I just knew exactly what I was going to do. At first it occurred to me that so far I’ve been working on mostly … Read moreAftertouch MIDI Glove

Arcade Warrior (Midi Fighter Pro clone)

Exams are finally over and I can spend much more time experimenting with controllers without any traces of guilt. The major highlight for this post will be my new Arcade Warrior controller, a shameless rip-off of the Midi Fighter Pro (thank you DJTT for being such a great source of inspiration), and the Teensy++ micro-controller … Read moreArcade Warrior (Midi Fighter Pro clone)


Greetings once again, the last few days I gave more emphasis on working on the [k]ontrolPad and realized that my previous video did not demonstrate much the original concept I had in mind. So here is one more little demonstration video and some pictures of the development process. As I noted in my previous post, … Read more[k]ontrolPad