Sontobo – Interactive wooden interface triggers sounds

We’re always impressed when we find projects that use our technology to solve problems that aim to enable people to improve their lives.

This time we caught up with Timo Hoogland, a Music Technologist to find out more about his project Sontobo, the interactive wooden interface that triggers sound. Timo developed Sontobo for Bartiméus, an organisation that helps visually impaired people have a normal life.

Let’s find out more from Timo in his own words:

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