Imogen Heap's Music Making Gloves Are Now on Kickstarter [VIDEO]
Apr 18, 2014 10:56
The Mi.Mu have existed for a while already, but exclusively on Imogen Heap's hands. Now, her tech folks have refined them enough to be sold. The wearable gloves will track your hand movements and will recognize specific postures and detect the speed of the gestures you're making.
The gloves can be used to create new two-hand specific sound queues and will flash lights and vibrate to give you a tactile sensation of your music. You can even customize your Mi.Mu gloves so that the sounds you make and the way you use them is totally unique to you.
The Mi.Mu is now available on Kickstarter for $1,260 for the DIY kit, or for $4,036 for the full, ready made pair. Check out a video of it below:
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