Hope the video explains everything. The source code is linked below, feel free to use it, modify it, whatever. An automatic light calibration, plastic covers, and a Beagleboard are all that is left to make it a permanent installation. 

I think a nice addition would be to use Liquidware's touch screen for selecting the samples to be played on each step.

Here is the Arduino source code:
railing_triggers.pde
File Size: 2 kb
File Type: pde
Download File

...and the processing source code:
mp3_railing.zip
File Size: 711 kb
File Type: zip
Download File

 


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Dmitry
07/23/2010 03:04

Very funny! Thanks for idea!

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07/23/2010 06:43

no problem, I'll post the source code later today.

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jadiema
12/16/2010 13:13

Nice idea, but I think the Arduino Source Code is down, can you fix it ? Cheers

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Aurimas
02/21/2011 12:12

Could you please put up the arduino source code up?

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02/27/2011 06:12

The Arduino code should be up now.

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daknack
06/23/2011 07:05

cool shield! is there a max patch for the mux around? would be great if someone could share a link!

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Misael
08/15/2011 03:08

Quite inspiring! Thanks a lot for sharing your project and code!

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