Residence: Wearable_SuperNow
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Residence: Wearable_SuperNow

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During 2010 we developed Wearable_SuperNow a motion capture interactive musical instrument composed of 4 bracelets with Wii sensors, that the user places on his body. These sensors record the data produced by the user's movements and send it via Bluetooth (wireless) to a computer where these are inmediately analyzed and converted into sound, so that each movement produces and modulates a different sound.

 

Technology: Wdynamics is fully developed in Pure Data.

Residence: Creating an application to migrate the system to iPod / iPhone / iPad; replace wiis using RjDj platform that enables interactive music programming for these devices using the Pure Data programming language. Thus, any operating system (Windows, Mac or Linux) is very accessible experiments in the development of new audio devices and interactive experiences that make use of a variety of resources for mobile devices: microphone, playback of files audio, data acceleration and geolocation, touch screen, sockets local network, Internet. In addition, RjDj offers a distribution network of the resulting pieces, with the possibility of distributing a large number of users is immediate.

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