Published on 14 Apr 2014 | over 3 years ago

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A while back, Imogen Heap created musical gloves that responded to hand gestures. In 2011, these gloves were debuted at a TED talk where Imogen Heap revealed how these gloves take a totally new approach to making music. Then, this technology was truly one of a kind. The musical gloves, Mi.Mu , spurred much excitement and enthusiasm as people wanted a pair for themselves. The project started crowdfunding on Kickstarter to commercialize this product and spread this tech around to musicians around the world. Users can generate their own spur-of-the-moment tunes just by their hands' gesticulations while wearing Mi.Mu
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