PneuModule: Using Inflatable Pin Arrays for Reconfigurable Physical Controls on Pressure-Sensitive Touch Surfaces

By Changyo Han

https://changyohan.com/projects/pneumodule/

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Interesting!! Thanks for the video!

…Tim…

very very cool.

Are there design issues with the sensel that won’t allow drastically downscaling the mechanism - so we can make mechanical overlays mimicing the size of something like the korg nanokontrols?

While I have nothing to do with the video or project, I would say that there are practical limitations for how small/dense controls can get. However after a quick glance, if you were to fit the interface onto the surface of the Morph, and the controls weren’t too dense, I don’t see why not. The nanoKONTROL2 looks to only use buttons, slider, and knobs. Buttons are already a thing. Sliders too. So I think the only thing that might be new-ish would be the knobs. And those could probably be done with just having the knob rotate a disk with particular bumps on the surface of the Morph.
For example:

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