Lushprojects.com Original Kits
These kits are original designs by Iain at Lushprojects.com. To buy these kits, or to browse what we have from other designers go to the Lushprojects.com store
The LushOne is a patchable synthesizer with an analog filter which allows you to explore the strange and exciting world of modular synthesizers for a small fraction of what a conventional system would cost. It's a proper instrument as well as being a great learning tool.
The LushOne kit is available to buy at lushprojects.com
The LushOne Contour is an expansion module to the LushOne base which provides richer and more exciting sounds. The LushOne contour includes an envelope generator, a voltage controlled amplifies, a ring modulator and an additional low frequency oscillator.
The LushOne Contour kit is available to buy at lushprojects.com
The LushOne Inca is an expansion module to the LushOne base which provides percussive, random and multi-source effects. The LushOne Inca includes a mixer/signal processor, a noise source, a sample and hold function and an analogue joystick.
The LushOne Inca kit is available to buy at lushprojects.com
The Vibrati Punk Console is a fun electronic sound and music kit suitable for beginners and more experienced builders. It is an evolution of the common Atari Punk Console with an added Low Frequency Oscillator to give a richer range of sounds.
The Vibrati Punk Console kit is available to buy at lushprojects.com
Courses and Projects
Casio PT-82 Synth Hack - 2013
A synthesizer built by modifying a Casio PT-82 8 bit keyboard.
In this project the LushOne board is used to provide external filter, oscillator and LFO functions.
Treasure Chest Synth - 2013
A synthesizer built in a miniature treasure chest. What could be nicer?
A project that takes advantage of the compact design of the LushOne.
Personal Electronic Retro Telegram (P.E.R.T.) - 2011
A quirky, retro easter present for my lovely girlfriend based on a 1970s HP LED display.
Electronics for Artists - 2010
A weekend hands-on workshop covering basic electronics and Arduino. Fun projects that teach practical skills that can be used to build interactive installations. Suitable for those with no past experience.
Guitar Tuner for a Blind User - 2010
A modified guitar tuner for a friend. Provides audible indication of the tuning.
Electronics for Absolute Beginners - 2010
A one-day electronics course with lots of fun projects. Intended to get newcomers interested and enthusiastic and capable to go off and make their own discoveries.
Video Circuit Bending - 2009
Making innocent video equipment do stuff it was never meant to.
Lunar Lander - 2009
Just in time for the 40th anniversary of the moon landings comes Lunar Lander.
A video game without the video
Starring Emma Freud as mission control
Honkatron - 2008
The honkatron is a circuit bending project.
Cyclepong 2.0 - 2008
Cyclepong 2.0 is my first arcade machine. It's the classic game Pong played with exercise bikes. As featured in lots of blogs and with it's own cult following.
Cyclepong version 1 - 2007/8
Cycles + Pong = Cyclepong.
Updating the classic arcade game Pong.
Tape Hack - 2007
Hacking an 80s icon for interesting audio impact.
Chill Rucksack - 2007
A simple hack to use EL-wire to do signwriting on a rucksack for Big Chill 2007.
Three Blind Mice - 2006
How to build a six-axis 3D controller to compete with Sony and Nintendo out of old computer mice.
A silent tivo (not)
An attempt to modify my UK series 1 Tivo to allow the fan to be removed. Unfortunately didn't really work.