This high-tech glove can turn hand gestures into music

The unique gloves that has been named 'Remidi T8', is the world's first wearable instrument to record, play, perform and also carries the potential to change the way people make and play music.

This high-tech glove can turn hand gestures into music
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Zee Media Bureau

New Delhi: Have you ever heard that a wearable instrument can turn hand gestures into music? A Texas-based startup has actually managed to prove it right.

The startup known as Remidi, has unveiled a unique high-tech glove that is capable of turning hand gestures into music.

The unique gloves that has been named 'Remidi T8', is the world's first wearable instrument to record, play, perform and also carries the potential to change the way people make and play music.

The device is equipped with pressure-sensitive sensors along its fingertips and palm and its wristband controls the combination of sounds from each sensor that are then translated as the user moves the hand.

The glove aims to be a very intuitive device for music artists, enthusiasts and disc jockeys to use, the company said in a statement.

"We wanted to give people a fun way to express themselves and start pushing the boundaries of what we can do with musical instruments," the company further added.

(With ANI inputs)

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