Axoloti is a platform that blends sketching of digital audio algorithms with the musical playability of standalone hardware.
The Axoloti Patcher offers a “patcher” environment similar to Max/MSP, Pure Data or Reaktor.
The patches run on a standalone powerful microcontroller board : Axoloti Core.
Look at some examples of what it is up to.
Optionally, it can connect to the Axoloti Control, which allows to navigate through patches and adjust parameters away from the computer.
It is still ongoing development, current source code is on GitHub.
Axoloti is developed by Johannes Taelman, and part of the initial development is funded by iMinds, the independent research institute founded by the Flemish government (part of Belgium) to stimulate ICT innovation.