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3D Printed Wearable Instruments

r-3d-printed-instruments-large570.jpgPh.D researchers Joseph Malloch and Ian Hattwick from McGill University have created 3D-printed wearable musical instruments. The prosthetic digital instruments act as extensions of the human body, using advanced sensing technologies to transform movement into music and dance.

For three years, the designers worked closely with dancers, musicians, composers and a choreographer to create the visually striking instruments.

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Jul 26, 2013
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