Sonaqua Circuits will be our first workshop at Xenoform Labs!
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED — we will be running the workshop again in early February.
Dec 5th 2018
In this hands-on workshop, you will learn how to solder electronics and build your own Sonaqua sound player, which will make sounds and audio synth based on water-quality. When you are finished, you will have your own circuit board powered by a 5V USB battery with two wires that make sounds when you put them into a glass of any water. You can show it off to your friends and family, and in the process, learn a little bit about water quality!
This workshop is one that I developed after working with water quality issues and DIY sensors in Bangkok and New Mexico in the last 18 months. I’m excited to share it with folks here as a debut workshop at Xenoform Labs.
It is based on the ATMEL (Arduino) architecture and you will be able to modify the open-source code and upload new sketches to the board as you like.
Xenoform Labs with be coordinating with local artists, educators, thinkers and activists to provide a space of critical discourse where in-depth teachings and collaborations take place. I’m committed to a diversity of voices and aim to include participants who may not have reasonable access to cutting-edge technology.
Please contact us if you are interested in setting up a workshop at Xenoform Labs