Clippy Workshop
       
     
Clippy Version 1.0
       
     
Clippy Drawing by school student
       
     
Clippy Workshops
       
     
Clippy Version 1.0
       
     
A drawing of Clippy by a student
       
     
Clippy V 1.0
       
     
Clippy as a bird!
       
     
Clippy re-designed
       
     
Clippy V 1.0
       
     
Clippy re-designed
       
     
Clippy Workshop
       
     
Clippy Workshop

Clippy is a unique digital instrument that turns everyday objects into triggers for any sound imaginable!

The 12 magnets around the edge connect to oversized clips on wires. These clips can be connected to anything conductive: fruit, foil sculptures, water, playdough…

Using Raspberry Pi at its core, Clippy is a stand-alone unit that looks a bit like a salad bowl, with two buttons, one to select sounds and one to β€˜reset’ the clips. The oversized clips on Clippy can be used to create individual compositions using numbers instead of note names. In much the same way that Bach used his name as a motif and Schoenberg crunched numbers to create musical masterpieces, participants create music from their names (or any text) using a musical cryptogram! This allows people of any musical skill level to create tonal music compositions and play them using this unique interface.

These workshops combine music, technology, art and design to offer students a collaborative experience to discover and explore the unlimited potential of Clippy. Create, build and communicate using the language of sound through this unique platform.

60-minute Clippy workshops involve students creating objects out of tin foil and found everyday objects (to create triggers), drawing and creating abstract musical compositions!

Clippy was created by Playable Streets in association with Polyglot Theatre.

Clippy Version 1.0
       
     
Clippy Version 1.0

Clippy is a unique digital instrument that turns everyday objects into triggers for any sound imaginable!

The 12 magnets around the edge connect to oversized clips on wires. These clips can be connected to anything conductive: fruit, foil sculptures, water, playdough…

Using Raspberry Pi at its core, Clippy is a stand-alone unit that looks a bit like a salad bowl, with two buttons, one to select sounds and one to β€˜reset’ the clips. The oversized clips on Clippy can be used to create individual compositions using numbers instead of note names. In much the same way that Bach used his name as a motif and Schoenberg crunched numbers to create musical masterpieces, participants create music from their names (or any text) using a musical cryptogram! This allows people of any musical skill level to create tonal music compositions and play them using this unique interface.

These workshops combine music, technology, art and design to offer students a collaborative experience to discover and explore the unlimited potential of Clippy. Create, build and communicate using the language of sound through this unique platform.

60-minute Clippy workshops involve students creating objects out of tin foil and found everyday objects (to create triggers), drawing and creating abstract musical compositions!

Clippy was created by Playable Streets in association with Polyglot Theatre.

Clippy Drawing by school student
       
     
Clippy Drawing by school student

Clippy is a unique digital instrument that turns everyday objects into triggers for any sound imaginable!

The 12 magnets around the edge connect to oversized clips on wires. These clips can be connected to anything conductive: fruit, foil sculptures, water, playdough…

Using Raspberry Pi at its core, Clippy is a stand-alone unit that looks a bit like a salad bowl, with two buttons, one to select sounds and one to β€˜reset’ the clips. The oversized clips on Clippy can be used to create individual compositions using numbers instead of note names. In much the same way that Bach used his name as a motif and Schoenberg crunched numbers to create musical masterpieces, participants create music from their names (or any text) using a musical cryptogram! This allows people of any musical skill level to create tonal music compositions and play them using this unique interface.

These workshops combine music, technology, art and design to offer students a collaborative experience to discover and explore the unlimited potential of Clippy. Create, build and communicate using the language of sound through this unique platform.

60-minute Clippy workshops involve students creating objects out of tin foil and found everyday objects (to create triggers), drawing and creating abstract musical compositions!

Clippy was created by Playable Streets in association with Polyglot Theatre.

Clippy Workshops
       
     
Clippy Workshops

Clippy is a unique digital instrument that turns everyday objects into triggers for any sound imaginable!

The 12 magnets around the edge connect to oversized clips on wires. These clips can be connected to anything conductive: fruit, foil sculptures, water, playdough…

Using Raspberry Pi at its core, Clippy is a stand-alone unit that looks a bit like a salad bowl, with two buttons, one to select sounds and one to β€˜reset’ the clips. The oversized clips on Clippy can be used to create individual compositions using numbers instead of note names. In much the same way that Bach used his name as a motif and Schoenberg crunched numbers to create musical masterpieces, participants create music from their names (or any text) using a musical cryptogram! This allows people of any musical skill level to create tonal music compositions and play them using this unique interface.

These workshops combine music, technology, art and design to offer students a collaborative experience to discover and explore the unlimited potential of Clippy. Create, build and communicate using the language of sound through this unique platform.

60-minute Clippy workshops involve students creating objects out of tin foil and found everyday objects (to create triggers), drawing and creating abstract musical compositions!

Clippy was created by Playable Streets in association with Polyglot Theatre.

Clippy Version 1.0
       
     
Clippy Version 1.0

Clippy is a unique digital instrument that turns everyday objects into triggers for any sound imaginable!

The 12 magnets around the edge connect to oversized clips on wires. These clips can be connected to anything conductive: fruit, foil sculptures, water, playdough…

Using Raspberry Pi at its core, Clippy is a stand-alone unit that looks a bit like a salad bowl, with two buttons, one to select sounds and one to β€˜reset’ the clips. The oversized clips on Clippy can be used to create individual compositions using numbers instead of note names. In much the same way that Bach used his name as a motif and Schoenberg crunched numbers to create musical masterpieces, participants create music from their names (or any text) using a musical cryptogram! This allows people of any musical skill level to create tonal music compositions and play them using this unique interface.

These workshops combine music, technology, art and design to offer students a collaborative experience to discover and explore the unlimited potential of Clippy. Create, build and communicate using the language of sound through this unique platform.

60-minute Clippy workshops involve students creating objects out of tin foil and found everyday objects (to create triggers), drawing and creating abstract musical compositions!

Clippy was created by Playable Streets in association with Polyglot Theatre.

A drawing of Clippy by a student
       
     
A drawing of Clippy by a student

Clippy is a unique digital instrument that turns everyday objects into triggers for any sound imaginable!

The 12 magnets around the edge connect to oversized clips on wires. These clips can be connected to anything conductive: fruit, foil sculptures, water, playdough…

Using Raspberry Pi at its core, Clippy is a stand-alone unit that looks a bit like a salad bowl, with two buttons, one to select sounds and one to β€˜reset’ the clips. The oversized clips on Clippy can be used to create individual compositions using numbers instead of note names. In much the same way that Bach used his name as a motif and Schoenberg crunched numbers to create musical masterpieces, participants create music from their names (or any text) using a musical cryptogram! This allows people of any musical skill level to create tonal music compositions and play them using this unique interface.

These workshops combine music, technology, art and design to offer students a collaborative experience to discover and explore the unlimited potential of Clippy. Create, build and communicate using the language of sound through this unique platform.

60-minute Clippy workshops involve students creating objects out of tin foil and found everyday objects (to create triggers), drawing and creating abstract musical compositions!

Clippy was created by Playable Streets in association with Polyglot Theatre.

Clippy V 1.0
       
     
Clippy V 1.0

Clippy is a unique digital instrument that turns everyday objects into triggers for any sound imaginable!

The 12 magnets around the edge connect to oversized clips on wires. These clips can be connected to anything conductive: fruit, foil sculptures, water, playdough…

Using Raspberry Pi at its core, Clippy is a stand-alone unit that looks a bit like a salad bowl, with two buttons, one to select sounds and one to β€˜reset’ the clips. The oversized clips on Clippy can be used to create individual compositions using numbers instead of note names. In much the same way that Bach used his name as a motif and Schoenberg crunched numbers to create musical masterpieces, participants create music from their names (or any text) using a musical cryptogram! This allows people of any musical skill level to create tonal music compositions and play them using this unique interface.

These workshops combine music, technology, art and design to offer students a collaborative experience to discover and explore the unlimited potential of Clippy. Create, build and communicate using the language of sound through this unique platform.

60-minute Clippy workshops involve students creating objects out of tin foil and found everyday objects (to create triggers), drawing and creating abstract musical compositions!

Clippy was created by Playable Streets in association with Polyglot Theatre.

Clippy as a bird!
       
     
Clippy as a bird!

Clippy is a unique digital instrument that turns everyday objects into triggers for any sound imaginable!

The 12 magnets around the edge connect to oversized clips on wires. These clips can be connected to anything conductive: fruit, foil sculptures, water, playdough…

Using Raspberry Pi at its core, Clippy is a stand-alone unit that looks a bit like a salad bowl, with two buttons, one to select sounds and one to β€˜reset’ the clips. The oversized clips on Clippy can be used to create individual compositions using numbers instead of note names. In much the same way that Bach used his name as a motif and Schoenberg crunched numbers to create musical masterpieces, participants create music from their names (or any text) using a musical cryptogram! This allows people of any musical skill level to create tonal music compositions and play them using this unique interface.

These workshops combine music, technology, art and design to offer students a collaborative experience to discover and explore the unlimited potential of Clippy. Create, build and communicate using the language of sound through this unique platform.

60-minute Clippy workshops involve students creating objects out of tin foil and found everyday objects (to create triggers), drawing and creating abstract musical compositions!

Clippy was created by Playable Streets in association with Polyglot Theatre.

Clippy re-designed
       
     
Clippy re-designed

Clippy is a unique digital instrument that turns everyday objects into triggers for any sound imaginable!

The 12 magnets around the edge connect to oversized clips on wires. These clips can be connected to anything conductive: fruit, foil sculptures, water, playdough…

Using Raspberry Pi at its core, Clippy is a stand-alone unit that looks a bit like a salad bowl, with two buttons, one to select sounds and one to β€˜reset’ the clips. The oversized clips on Clippy can be used to create individual compositions using numbers instead of note names. In much the same way that Bach used his name as a motif and Schoenberg crunched numbers to create musical masterpieces, participants create music from their names (or any text) using a musical cryptogram! This allows people of any musical skill level to create tonal music compositions and play them using this unique interface.

These workshops combine music, technology, art and design to offer students a collaborative experience to discover and explore the unlimited potential of Clippy. Create, build and communicate using the language of sound through this unique platform.

60-minute Clippy workshops involve students creating objects out of tin foil and found everyday objects (to create triggers), drawing and creating abstract musical compositions!

Clippy was created by Playable Streets in association with Polyglot Theatre.

Clippy V 1.0
       
     
Clippy V 1.0

Clippy is a unique digital instrument that turns everyday objects into triggers for any sound imaginable!

The 12 magnets around the edge connect to oversized clips on wires. These clips can be connected to anything conductive: fruit, foil sculptures, water, playdough…

Using Raspberry Pi at its core, Clippy is a stand-alone unit that looks a bit like a salad bowl, with two buttons, one to select sounds and one to β€˜reset’ the clips. The oversized clips on Clippy can be used to create individual compositions using numbers instead of note names. In much the same way that Bach used his name as a motif and Schoenberg crunched numbers to create musical masterpieces, participants create music from their names (or any text) using a musical cryptogram! This allows people of any musical skill level to create tonal music compositions and play them using this unique interface.

These workshops combine music, technology, art and design to offer students a collaborative experience to discover and explore the unlimited potential of Clippy. Create, build and communicate using the language of sound through this unique platform.

60-minute Clippy workshops involve students creating objects out of tin foil and found everyday objects (to create triggers), drawing and creating abstract musical compositions!

Clippy was created by Playable Streets in association with Polyglot Theatre.

Clippy re-designed
       
     
Clippy re-designed

Clippy is a unique digital instrument that turns everyday objects into triggers for any sound imaginable!

The 12 magnets around the edge connect to oversized clips on wires. These clips can be connected to anything conductive: fruit, foil sculptures, water, playdough…

Using Raspberry Pi at its core, Clippy is a stand-alone unit that looks a bit like a salad bowl, with two buttons, one to select sounds and one to β€˜reset’ the clips. The oversized clips on Clippy can be used to create individual compositions using numbers instead of note names. In much the same way that Bach used his name as a motif and Schoenberg crunched numbers to create musical masterpieces, participants create music from their names (or any text) using a musical cryptogram! This allows people of any musical skill level to create tonal music compositions and play them using this unique interface.

These workshops combine music, technology, art and design to offer students a collaborative experience to discover and explore the unlimited potential of Clippy. Create, build and communicate using the language of sound through this unique platform.

60-minute Clippy workshops involve students creating objects out of tin foil and found everyday objects (to create triggers), drawing and creating abstract musical compositions!

Clippy was created by Playable Streets in association with Polyglot Theatre.