dave.halliday at greymatter.com
Thu Jun 26 06:07:58 CEST 1997
>>>A prize to the first photo of a Lego Modular! (Maybe you could make the
>>>cabinets out of Lego and then install real modules...:P )
> I've had a similar idea for a modular:
> What if you had a big matrix of sockets that hung on the wall.
> Say a 10 x 10 grid- 100 little squares.
> You then had a "palette" of little modules you plugged in as you
> needed them.
> Only the modules you needed would be part of the patch and they could
> be placed in any logical order deemed.
Whole Earth catalog a number of years ago reviewed one of these kids
101 electronics project kits that was built along the same lines.
It was little plastic cubes and each cube contained a discrete
component or transistor. They had either a sliding interlock or
magnetic clasp ( forget which ) that would allow you to clip them
together to form circuits. English I think...
Interesting idea! Have it 16 by 10 and run the 16 outputs from a
sequencer along the top. Big flashy lights... <grin>
The bottom row would input to your amplifiers.
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