is a modular platform for generating musical and visual compositions. The platform uses 3.5mm patch cables to interconnect modules. Theseus is entirely digital and produces MIDI/OSC control messages rather than CV signals.
Kiwi Electronics was a small electronics design studio specializing in the creation of hardware interfaces for navigating sonic and visual environments. Founded in 2013, Kiwi started off catering primarily to the noise and chiptune music communities through DIY products including MIDI interfaces and matrix mixers. Kiwi later focused on designing affordable modular controllers. The studio closed in 2017 with over 500 customers and twelve completed designs.
You can’t play a video game without a controller, but the good news is that you can pick whatever controller you want or even make your own. Simply changing the input method can radically alter the way a game is experienced. These devices celebrate what becomes possible when you decide to break out from the confines of the D-pads, triggers, bumpers, analog sticks, and buttons. Oh, the joy of taking your creations on the road and sharing them with friends! The games featured here are easy to learn, social, and easily transportable. Their enclosures are lightweight yet sturdy. But above all else, they were created to brighten someone’s day.