lyratron wrote:The AirHarp Shield is an Arduino shield that transforms your Arduino Uno into a class-compliant* [with ATmega8u2 hack] USB MIDI controller instrument! Optionally, a synthesizer board (such as Modern Device's "Fluxamasynth Shield") can be sandwiched between the AirHarp Shield and the Arduino, converting the Arduino's MIDI output into audio as a standalone instrument. I've built several of these, and they work very well.
The board is in its 2nd generation, and I am now satisfied that it is ready to market. Pictures, source code and Eagle files are all available on the web site for your consideration. This project is 100% open source. I just want to get these things out into the world, because I think it would be fun to see what people do with them. Any questions, comments, suggestions or proposals are most welcome!
lyratron wrote:TOTAL COST: $75.50
So you see the main impediment from my perspective.
If we don't include a hacked Arduino in the kit, I would be a little concerned that the customer might have difficulty executing the hack without assistance.
Then there's the matter of a case - I've used various generic project enclosures hogged out with my pocket knife, but I feel that a custom case may be in order both for aesthetic and ergonomic reasons.
lyratron wrote:Your encouraging words are invaluable to me. Thanks for taking the time to help out the little guy! That's totally awesome. I look forward to tonight's episode of "Ask an Engineer".
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