Mobile Music Touch

Mobile Music Touch

Thad Starner (right), associate professor in the College of Computing and member of the GVU Center, shows off Mobile Music Touch at GVU’s Spring 2010 Research Showcase. The Mobile Music Touch is a light-weight glove outfitted with electronics that cue the musician with vibrations on each finger that lets them know which finger they need to use to play the next note. The glove is wireless and can be synchronized with an iPod, cell phone or other music playing device so that musicians can hear the music as they are being cued to play it.

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Groups

Digital Lounge - Gaming

Categories
Computer Science/Information Technology and Security, Digital Media and Entertainment, Music and Music Technology
Keywords
Digital Media, GVU, mobile, Music, Starner, Thad, touch
Status
  • Created By: David Terraso
  • Workflow Status: Published
  • Created On: Dec 3, 2015 - 3:45pm
  • Last Updated: Oct 7, 2016 - 10:41pm