This kind of collaboration between explain-o-genius in Texas in one of the stranger build projects we covered Estefani And British Synthetic Pop Music Anarchists See mom doesn’t have a computer Play music according to the fluctuations in the cryptocurrency market, or at least produce sound.Originally appeared in Raspberry Pi Blog, It is worth going global.
Look Mum No Computer, AKA Sam, found Esteffanie to code his project. Her solution was to use a Raspberry Pi, set it up to track the cryptocurrency market, and output the data to a breadboard full of LEDs. Sam then built a series of analog circuits to slow down these transaction data to a more musical rhythm before routing the monotonic output through the oscillator to produce chords.
As heard in the hour-long video above, the final result is particularly avant-garde. This is an artwork that challenges our concepts of music, enjoyment, time and even ears. The rarely-occurring prolonged period is interspersed with sparseness and emptiness, while the continuous background hum lingers in the slowly rising and falling tones. Far from the expected explosion and popularity of currency trading, this sounds more like a whale song heard from the other side of the black hole. YouTube’s ability to play content at double speed has become critical.
You must pay special attention to the currency market to distinguish any information about crypto transactions from the noise it generates, but this is a fascinating observation of what can be achieved with some coding wisdom, imagination, and data supply.We recommend extending the project to track Graphics card price, But worried that the end result might be more like grind nuclear doom metal than Cheerful bargaining chip.