Tuna DJ Gear has announced that their Kickstarter project to create Tuna Knobs – tangible knobs for touchscreen devices – is fully funded.
They have also announced ‘stretch goals’ for funding. Here’s what they have to say about the stretch goals: Continue reading
Tuna DJ Gear has gone live with their Kickstarter project to create tangible knobs for multi-touch music applications.
Their Tuna Knobs are control knobs that stick to any touchscreen and let you control DJ and music making apps like you would with dedicated music hardware Continue reading
2014 NAMM Show: Here’s a sneak preview of the upcoming Reactable for Windows 8 multitouch PCs. Continue reading
Beatoven is a tangible music controller project that lets users ‘cook’ with beats, using objects as ‘ingredients’ to be mixed. Continue reading
This video, via Philipp Ronnenberg ,offers an overview of ReSynth, an experimental system for human-computer interaction for audio software.
The Music Table is an experimental composing system for the ‘Augmented Composer’ that provides a tactile and visual representation of music that can be manipulated to make new musical patterns.
The Music Table is designed to let you experience music as patterns in musical space. Patterns of cards are arranged on a tabletop to become musical phrases. Completed phrases are stored on other cards and combined as multi-layered patterns.
Animated characters provide fun visual feedback as you edit and arrange phrases, making abstract musical structures visible and tangible.
This is a sneak peak at Reactable for the iPad – an multi-touch implementation of the Reactable tangible sequencer.
No official word, yet, on when this will be available or pricing.
Check it out and let me know what you think of Reactable for the iPad!
via radiogladyspalmera, marcosalonso
This is a demo of a coffee table music controller made with Reactivision. Details below. Continue reading