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Wearable Drum Kit Played By Tapping Fingers

Wearable Drum Kit Played By Tapping Fingers
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A group of students have created an interesting virtual music tool.

Kyle Studstill
  • 4 june 2010

A group of students from the Artesis University College of Antwerp have developed a wearable drum kit called Drum Gloves. The system uses pressure sensitive gloves to trigger various percussion sounds with taps of the fingers. Drum Gloves plays beats through a modified speaker backpack, which also allows for multiple users to drum together.

Watch a video demonstration below:

Artesis University College of Antwerp

[via Designboom]

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