NuVu students presented their final projects for the Music and the City studio today before an audience of classmates, the NuVu coaches and guest experts from MIT.
Using software like Drawdio and Scratch, and combining electrical circuits, duct tape, copper strips, audio components, infared LEDs, and a Wii remote, they made a musical sounds with some surprising “instruments”: ping pong balls, gardening gloves, a foil hat and a rolling chair that triggered sounds with motion, pressure or color.
For more detailed explanations of the projects, visit the Music in the City page on the NuVu website. You’ll find links to student project pages with in-depth explanations and videos.
See the NuVu blog for more photos of the students presenting their projects for review by the NuVu coaches and guest experts.