Remidi T8 Wearable MIDI Controller

Mar 16, 2016

Category: Tech

As time has gone on, the look, feel, and sound of our instruments have changed drastically. Of course we still have violins, horns, and guitars but on top of that we now drum machines, computers, and now the brand new T8 by Remidi – the worlds first wearable midi instrument.

Essentially a drum machine fit into a glove, the T8 is built to manipulate sound according to your hand gestures. Designed to be easy to use and fun to play with – the T8 can sync with an app so you can program samples, sounds, or notes to the 8 points points on the glove. The bracelet on the glove has a built in accelerometer so your hand gestures effect the sound you’re producing. You can pick one up starting $200. [Purchase]

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