MIT Student Controls “Call Me Maybe” Song With His Heartbeat [Video]

MIT Student Controls “Call Me Maybe” Song With His Heartbeat [Video]

As part of Music Hack Day, Ryan Challinor syncs his heart rate to the catchy hit.

Yi Chen
  • 21 november 2012

As part of MIT’s Music Hack Day, student Ryan Challinor created a device that allowed him to control the tempo of songs with his heart rate. The technology involved hooking himself up to a heart rate monitor, which also connects to a wireless GPS watch. Challinor gave a demonstration to Carly Rae Jepson’s popular song “Call Me Maybe.”

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