Intelligent Clothing- The Wearable Instrument Shirt

Intelligent Clothing- The Wearable Instrument Shirt
Gaming & Play

The Sydney Morning Herald reports on the invention of the Wearable Instrument Shirt created by scientists at the CSIRO's Textile and Fibre Technology division in...

Amanda Gore (PSFK London)
  • 14 november 2006

The Sydney Morning Herald reports on the invention of the Wearable Instrument Shirt created by scientists at the CSIRO’s Textile and Fibre Technology division
in Geelong. Electric sensors woven into a t-shirt enable it to be played liked a real (air) guitar- the wearer acts out playing the instrument and  their arm movements are mapped and beamed by radio to a computer which interprets them and turns them into musical notes.

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