Playing music with coloured toys

Interactive designer Toke Oliver Barters (DK/UK) has developed the RGB Player (RGB stand for red, green and blue), a musical instrument that scans objects’ forms and colours and turns them into music.


You just have to place on a rotating glass disc any colored object, its colour value will be translated via the built-in scanner into sounds that vary also according to the distance of the object from the center of the dic (the closer to the center, the higher the pitch)

Via Artificial DK.