Physical Computing

Iflute by Student
September 20, 2009, 1:58 pm
Filed under: Labs

Group 13, Physical Computing

The Iflute is based on the ”Chuckles Circuit”. This circuit consists of two astable oscillators, which produces a wave formed electrical signal that is sent to a speaker and a LED. The frequency of the speaker and the LED is controlled by two light sensors (LDR). A simple amplifier is also used to drive the speaker.


The Iflute looks as a modern flute, whit a simple on/off switch where the mouth usually goes, the two LDRs are used to control the pitch of the sound produced by the speaker.

Off course the housing of the flute where painted white to get the right Ifeeling.

Iflute, Group 13

The people behind this project are:

Magnus Andersson
Amirhosein Azarbakht
David Marshall
Eric Hauchecorne
Carl Löfholm


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