1945 SE Water Ave.
February 6 - 8
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
ChroMAKEy is an interactive musical instrument that simulates a huge xylophone using electronics, light, and sound. Originally built for last year’s festival, it continues to evolve in ways that a traditional xylophone can’t. Have fun making music on a giant instrument!
Justin Miller is a computer programmer by trade and a tinkerer, builder, and problem solver at heart. He has spent over twenty years working in a variety of startups and self-led positions, from the early foundations of the commercial Internet, to the early days of social media in advocacy and political causes, to the early days of the app store and the smartphone revolution. Along the way and outside of normal work, he has pursued hobbies such as world travel, camper van conversion, performing magic, and dabbling in whatever new and exciting things come along.
Photo: Hamid Shibata Bennett