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Sensors in fingers & palm trigger custom sounds while connected wrist-controller/hand gestures control effects with reverb, echo, etc.
Sensors in fingers & palm trigger custom sounds while connected wrist-controller/hand gestures control effects with reverb, echo, etc.
Sensors in fingers & palm trigger custom sounds while connected wrist-controller/hand gestures control effects with reverb, echo, etc.
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    1. Remidi T8 Wearable Instrument Creator on March 1, 2016

      @ Marsha Tyszler: Hi!

      It's Andrea from Remidi. Thank you so much for the great suggestions! There are already 3 sensors on the palm: low, high and side palm. We designed them mainly for percussionists. It's great to know that you had the same idea!

      About the sensors on the fingertips, we want to get them as wide as possible so that playing will be more natural for all style of drumming/playing.

      Thank you again for the great ideas and let's keep in touch if you have any other suggestion!

    2. Marsha Tyszler
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      on February 29, 2016

      Congrats!!

      Stretch goal idea:

      Can you add a sensor in the palm under the thumb? I don't think there's one there right now, and for people who will use Remidi for percussions, it's hugely important to have a sensor in that area (think congas, bongos, etc. -- everyone I know frequently strikes the drum heads with that part of the hand). I'll come back with more thoughts if any come to mind, but that one is reeeeally important!! Also, maybe you can make the pads in the fingers go the entire length of the finger (or even half way) because everyone strikes differently -- for instance, I usually use my entire finger, not just the tips. Remember there are tons of uses and the more versatile Remidi is, the more it'll sell! :-)