Silent Strike (Ioan Titu)'s QB Modular Cube

Silent Strike made this beautiful Modular Cube a few years ago and a newer video popped up and reminded me of how amazing it is.

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Oh that reminds me of an hexagonal synth.
It was quite big, and meant to be played by several people.
I believe the case was orange…
Anybody seen this and has a link ?

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Typing “orange hexagonal synth” into the google thing brought me here: :grinning:

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That’s not the one I remember.
It looked somewhat like this :
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It was at least one meter in diameter, if not more.
And orange, except for the modules which where black.

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@BoneMusic is building a “tardis synth”, they say, but this looks even more tardisy.

Huh. Spell check doesn’t like “tardisy”.

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My random clicking also brought up this orange hexagon, but it’s only ~80 cm across:

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aaah thats cool! like a synthesiser cake stand Tardis. the ultimate wedding cake stand!

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That’s it !
I would have bet the modules where blacks…
But it is even cooler this way :slight_smile:
Memory isn’t what is was…

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Literally a cake stand from an abandoned project screwed to a round cheeseboard with modules stuck to it in a haphazard way :grin:

Maybe I should leave some space for actual cake…

I mean yeah that cube is beautiful but does it actually travel in time and space?

Am I allowed to post this? Anyway the cake stand isn’t very modular at the moment!

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Ah but the ‘Orac’ synth can do so much more

I bet it can travel in tie and space if you are good enough at C++ :slight_smile:

It’s a great idea