Most people at least once in their lives imagined themselves as a rock star, playing invisible musical instruments in front of an invisible crowd of fans. However, with the help of Soundbrace bracelets that read the position of fingers and hands, you can write music by playing on "/>
The gadget, designed by Eugene Wang, allows you to write guitar parts anywhere and anytime - you just need to calibrate the bracelets in advance by playing a few chords on a regular guitar.
Soundbrace has two sensors that read muscle activity using MYO technology, and two Leap Motion cameras detect the position of the fingers. The two bracelets calculate the distance between each other, creating a virtual image of the guitar neck. The gadget is also equipped with a USB port for charging and syncing with a computer and a standard headphone jack.
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