Invisiball is a physical ball game, played on a 4×10 meter court – but there is no ball. Instead you play with sounds and with music between 4 speakers. The rackets have built-in infrared beamers and the “net” is two infrared sensors. A computer reads the position of the players and creates sounds that represent… Read More InvisiBall Makes Sport Out Of Sound
Jazari — wowow was uploaded by: JazariMusic
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Candle-powered Wii-hacked Turntable Demo was uploaded by: TheECC
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MonoChuck – Wii Nunchuk Controlled Monotron was uploaded by: Denkitribe
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Digital Orchestra Concert Excerpt – The Fauxharmonic Orchestra was uploaded by: Fauxharmonic
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On Wednesday, May 20, 2009, Paul Henry Smith will conduct the first-ever live concert of a Beethoven Symphony using a digital orchestra, performed by Vienna Symphonic Library’s Vienna Instruments at Holy Name Church in Boston. This will be the first concert in a series that will present all nine Beethoven symphonies. The Fauxharmonic Orchestra, founded… Read More First Wii-Controlled Beethoven Symphony!
Ken Moore’s submission for NPR’s National Caroling Party 2008. The instrument is a homemade Wiimote-powered Theremin (simulator). The technology links a Wiimote controller, infrared LED gloves and a Roland JV-1080 synthesizer to create Theremin-like sounds.