Stringless Bass Guitar Uses PIC32

Sensors and Synthesis A stringless bass guitar isnt something youd likely see at your next rock concert. But these three Cornell students used a Microchip PIC32 MCU together with several break-beam sensors a distance sensor a plank of wood and an algorithm for additive synthesis to create just that. Picking up a new instrument is 8230.

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