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In this video, we get acquainted with a solar powered, satellite synthesizer built from...

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This Satellite Uses Solar Power To Synthesize Sound

In this video, we get acquainted with a solar powered, satellite synthesizer built from ::vtol::, the alias for Moscow-based media artist Dmitry Morozov. Titled orbitalochka, it uses changes in the satellite’s position to create sound.

Hardware Components

  • fm radio transmitter
  • arduino nano
  • 4 servo motors
  • patchblocks sound module
  • motion sensor
  • 4 solar panles
  • fm radio
  • 1 channel sound system

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The apparatus is a system for a research of sound swirling of anthroposphere. The device works in autonomous and extremely abstract way. Featuring a built-in radio FM transmitter, it transmits radio signals at frequency 99mHz being available for all inhabitants of the Earth.

Check out more works from ::vtoll::

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