Watch a Video for the Technology that Allows You to Make Music Through Movement
    • FRIDAY, JUNE 03, 2016

    • Posted by: Baeble Staff



    Okay, technically, this isn't current news, but if you haven't heard about the glove technology that allows composers to gesturally interact with music, then it's about damn time you have. U.K musician, Imogen Heap (Frou Frou) created an innovative data glove called Mi.Mu. The customizable glove detects sharp movements, enabling the user to move through notes with the raise of an arm or flick of a finger.

    As Heap stated in her Kickstarter video, "there are other data gloves out there" but there's no denying that the Mi.Mu glove is pretty fascinating, so, happy viewing and more importantly, Happy Friday.

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