You’ve heard of pianists, flutists and organists, but have you heard of Thereminists? The title originally applied to players of another instrument hands-free in the 1920s was redirected to those who can manipulate sound hidden in a 3D space called a browser environment audio-haptic (Ahne). By twisting a Kinect sensor and using the framework and Open OSCeleton, researchers at the Research Group at the Media Lab SOPI Helsinki were able to create a Ahne concept show called tension. Equipping volunteer charged with sensor gloves with a vibration motor for small haptic feedback, they were able to create the music – add a pinch of Pitbull, and looking ahead to the world wide anthem sweet. Check out the video music full after the break.
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