Gadgets, gizmos and great ideas: UWS students exhibit hi-tech designs

Technology, tradition and inspiration combine at this year's University of Western Sydney industrial design student exhibition, WideVision.

Henri Le Comte: The eMic

The eMic is a gesture-controlled interface which uses motion capturing to allow singers to have greater control over their performance. The eMic is fitted with an array of sensors that capture pressure and tilting of the stand through to more complex motions such as stroking of the sides and severe acceleration and deceleration of the stand which may come from kicking or swinging. Vocal effects can also be applied to the vocal signal or more complex effects that relate to the performance, such as lighting or pyrotechnics.

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