12.10.15 by Staff

Invention of the Day: Stone Drum Machine by DevKid

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Jamky is a “postdigital” machine that creates drum patterns when small stones are placed onto its grid. The project was developed by Ján Šicko and Roman Mackovič of Bratislava-based design studio, DevKid. Check out more images and a video demonstration (complete with light installation) below!

 

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