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SoundBrace: Wearable Turns Motion & Gestures Into Music (Myo/Leap)

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Remember the Mi.Mu Glove?   It is a cool glove that allows you to control music with hand movements. SoundBrace is another wearable device that enables you to produce music with your hands. It uses motion-capture and gesture recognition to allow musicians to practice their art anywhere. SoundBrace relies on Leap and Myo to get the job done. It detects the position of your hands and fingers with two cameras. It also measures the electrical signals generated in the forearm to determine different finger gestures.

SoundBrace can be set up by playing an actual guitar. It has a headphone jack so you can listen to what you are playing without disturbing others. You can plug the device into your computer to further customize your experience. A pretty awesome idea by Eugene Wang.

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