The Polish design firm panGenerator recently released a sneak peek of their newest product the Dodecaudion. The panGenerator Dodecaudio is a revolutionary gesture-sensitive electronic instrument. This electronic music maker is equipped with infrared distance sensors, which read the direction of the musician’s hand movements as well as their proximity to the ten aluminum face plates. The sensors’ readings are then translated into corresponding tones and frequencies all in real time.
The Dodecaudion’s designers wanted to address a specific problem that often accompanies the creation of electronic music. They were keen to liberate electronic musicians from the traditional movement-inhibiting switches and knobs commonly associated with the music’s production. panGenerator plans to launch the Dodecaudion under their company Hedoco in the coming months. So, if you’re feeling sluggish, creatively restricted and strangled by the everyday, get your groove back with the panGenerator Dodecaudion.
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