Soundball – New Soccer Sounds

Soundball – New Soccer Sounds
Innovation
Christine Huang
  • 30 july 2007

It may look it, but Aleksei R. Stevens’ Soundball is no ordinary soccer ball. It’s embedded with a motion sensor that can detect being thrown, hit, kicked, and spun, then via Bluetooth sends the info to a computer that plays sounds and music that correspond to its movements. Stevens is a New York-based musician and teacher; the video below was shot at Sony Wonder Labs in NYC.

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