Anaerobic respiration in the bacteria produces outside of the cells many molecules of hydrogen (H+) which could be transformed into electricity using a little hydrogen fuel cell. This process was applied in a small toy car that used hydrogen from bacteria by adapting the MFC.

Electricity is stored in a small chemical battery to sustain with electricity a low power (1.8 – 3.0v) microcontroller. A human stimulus switches the microcontroller on/off and a sound algorithm begins functioning. At this point Biolectronic? begins to sense the algae electricity production in real time translating this data into a frequency and rhythm using a speaker as output. A faint sound is generated: a pulsation. This project version 1 was created using 3d-printing, the design was modelled by Duck Choi.

Balance-Unbalance Conference

Queensland University Noosa. Australia,  2013

Bioelectronic? – Exhibition. Queensland’s University. Noosa Australia

Alga-e. Microobjeto interactivo

Plataforma Bogotá. 2012

Festival Urbano Fu

Bogotá, 2008

Electricium Vitum

Bogotá, 2007

Bioelectronic? – Electricium vitum proposal. Bogotá Colombia