Grommet Laboratories is a father-daughters collaboration that explores the interface between electronics, music and living things. The lab’s first project, which debuted at Maker Faire 2011, was the Slugophone—an insect-operated synthesizer. They followed this up in 2012 with the Musiquarium, an aquatic soundscape mediated by fish. The Grommets (Chris Losee and his daughters, Sam & Jules) are intrigued by home-made electronic gadgets, biomorphic sculpture and beam robotics. The laboratory recently acquired a raspberry pi, which will help further their investigations into physical computing.