Everyone has played air guitar at one point in their life--if a person hasn't, 'Wayne's World' is required reference material--but the Soundbrace by Eugene Wang takes it up a notch. It is a wearable electronic device that allows people to make actual beats when in action. The gadget also allows the wearer to practice on the spot even if they don't have their guitar handy.
Using motion technology like Leap and Myo, the Soundbrace by Eugene Wang is quite simple to use. After calibrating with an instrument, all that is needed is for it to be plugged in and played. According to the mastermind behind it, the device will learn according to the wearer's person style.
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The Soundbrace by Eugene Wang Lets People Practice on the Spot
- By: Meghan YoungJun 13, 2013