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Jamie Robertson, Creator of the MP3 Trigger


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About the Project

Jamie Robertson is a Disney Imagineer turned interactive art enthusiast. For this project, Jamie needed an MP3 player that could respond smoothly to volume controls. After a frustrating search at electronics stores, Jamie decided to build his own. What he ultimately created was the MP3 Trigger - now a SparkFun product. 

About the Photo

This photo shows Jamie with his MP3 Trigger and the artwork it was featured in.  This picture was taken by SparkFun photographer Chris Rojas in Boston, MA using a Canon 5D Mark II.

Behind-the-Scenes

Check out this video for a behind-the-scenes view of the photoshoot and an interview with Jamie.



 

Comments 2 comments

  • ingenuity at it's best!

  • I seen that the the 8-bit Cypress PSoC thing, has passive components inside its chip. Im guessing these are made in use, as "analog" -audio -filters (fast volume controll)?<br />
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    I have a same brad of chip in my computer -mouse. Why, i have noo clew of. <br />
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    Just another fuzzy thing.