Douglas Edric Stanley created “Rubik’s Cube DJ”, which basically transforms a normal Rubik’s Cube into an interactive instrument — each instrument/face, as well as their volume are based on how you position the cube. One of our readers just sent in a new video clip of this creation being demonstrated at ISEA2006 / ZeroOne in San Jose, view previous here.

Each face on the cube is a separate instrument, and the colors represent the notes on that instrument. Each face is played in a loop, just like any other basic electronic music sequencer, and by manipulating the cube you manipulate the sequencer

Douglas Edric Stanley created “Rubik’s Cube DJ”, which basically transforms a normal Rubik’s Cube into an interactive instrument — each instrument/face, as well as their volume are based on how you position the cube. One of our readers just sent in a new video clip of this creation being demonstrated at ISEA2006 / ZeroOne in San Jose, view previous here.

Each face on the cube is a separate instrument, and the colors represent the notes on that instrument. Each face is played in a loop, just like any other basic electronic music sequencer, and by manipulating the cube you manipulate the sequencer