This Wearable Device Translates Bodily Sounds Into Musical Data

By: Rahul Kalvapalle - Apr 27, 2016
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The XTH Sense is an extraordinarily innovative and spectacularly well designed and engineered wearable device that is designed to make it possible to translate the human body's own acoustic properties into a creative and productive digital interface.

What's great about this particular wearable device is the fact that its sensors are capable of recording motion, measuring body temperature and even going about capturing and storing the bio-acoustic sounds of muscles contracting, the heart beating and blood flowing. Radio frequency is used to convey data to computers running the XTH software program. The data is then translated into a form that allows for digital music creation or live instrumentation.

Ultimately, the XTH sense wearable device will enable a whole new level of creativity and unique music-making thanks to the unique interfacing between body and software.