The project is known as the “Noisy Jelly.” It’s an Incredible jelly project by French students Marianne Cauvard and Raphaël Pluvinage, the students used agar-agar, red algae jelly to produce music. It contains, cooking colored jelly with a few grams of algae powder and then shaping it into different arithmetical shapes. To produce the music, these shapes are then placed on a sensor board and when each one is touched it creates sound. This game board creates various sounds, depending on the shape of the figures, salt concentration, and your finger pressure. This game board is a capacitive sensor. It’s a very unique and creative idea. Check it out!
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