Highly Liquid Midi. He had built a giant MIDI controller into the outside wall of his office. The various arcade style buttons, knobs, and even a photocell, controlled various notes on a synthesizer. The synth was hooked up to speakers on top of the wall. His project was called the Living Schematic. Schematic representations of the circuit were painted on the wall.
surprises for us each time we returned, and their community is friendly and enthusiastic. If you live in Columbus, don't take this amazing organization for granted- not every city has a place like this. If you don't live in Columbus, we recommend taking the trip- the Columbus Idea Foundry is an ever-changing community of some very creative and very smart hackers, definitely worth checking out.
First visit: 10/25/10https://sites.google.com/site/cmktfour/