Wavetable Synthesizer

Seth Kranzler

Revolutionary new way to create unique waveforms reflected in the physical space.



The wavetable synthesizer is a device which allows the user to physically create a waveform with a series of 8 sliders. This waveform is then interpolated using one of several user-selected methods (smooth, triangular, or square) at different resolutions (from fine to coarse). Users can access saved waveforms with a bank of buttons, and when selected, can watch the controller transform automatically to these settings.


Introduction to Physical Computing