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The first app-enabled music device that lets you physically feel the beats of your favorite tracks, creating your own music experience. Read more

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The first app-enabled music device that lets you physically feel the beats of your favorite tracks, creating your own music experience.

Uwe Diegel
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    1. Creator Laurent on February 7, 2013

      Tried BodyRhythm at CES and liked it.
      Will you have international version of it (i.e. not only US plug) ?
      Coming Android version is a good move, thanks.

    2. Creator Uwe Diegel on January 18, 2013

      @Jean-François Gagnon Thanks for your appreciation。 We believe that it will be an awesome product by our efforts.

    3. Creator Jean-François Gagnon on January 12, 2013

      I'm not sure if the final product will be awesome or not, but i'm very happy to see original entrepreneur on kickstarter that have an original idea !

    4. Creator Uwe Diegel on January 10, 2013

      @karleen gill I didn't plan to apply iMusic BodyRhyth in therapy and personal care industry, but now I can tell that it's maybe a good opportunity for a more impressive impact. Thanks for the suggestion!

    5. Creator karleen gill on January 8, 2013

      People in the autism community might be interested in this project, as some autistic people are calmed by gentle (or not-so-gentle) pressure (e.g Temple Grandin's hug machine).

    6. Creator Uwe Diegel on January 8, 2013

      @Callum Atchison Thanks for your pledge! Yes, we are thinking of launching an Android version in about June 2013.

    7. Creator Callum Atchison on January 7, 2013

      Any chance of an Android version in the future?