Case mods have been all the rage with hardcore gamer PCs for several years. Hot rods inspired the craze with neon running lights and license plate frames. Well now the crazed has crossed the chasm into the Ether... Etherwave case mods, that is!
Using an Arduino based circuit, hardware hacker Joe Saavedra pimped out his Moog Etherwave Theremin with a new clear/frosted acrylic top and 2 RGB LED lights. The circuit reads control voltages from the Etherwave and adjusts the lights based on your playing.
Calling out to Joe - care to make this an official aftermarket product? The theremin market needs more of this type of accessory!
To create your own hot-rodded Frankentheremin case, follow Joe's instructions here.
Via: Make Online