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Sound Gloves

Sound Gloves

photo taken by Y-J Lin. Our project, Sound Gloves (2011), initiated with a goal to create a sound performance that explore the ideas of movement space, performance space, performer gesture, and performer-audience interactions. This project results with three different pairs … Continue reading

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Sound Gloves – WIP

We have been working on the gloves project this week and made some progress. First, we sewed the conductive thread to the inner fabric layer of the gloves, and soldered the amps onto the circuit boards (after failing twice, we … Continue reading

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Sewing components

I was talking with Carmen about how to attach the piezo elements to the sound gloves, and we were trying to remember the name of an embroidery technique used to attach mirrors to saris.  Well, it turns out it’s “Indian … Continue reading

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Sound Gloves – ideas

Illustration by Carmen For our project, we would like to develop a wearable musical instrument, Sound Gloves, which embeds an arduino lilypad, a speaker, a piezo, some electronics and sensors in a pair of gloves. To make music, simply wear … Continue reading

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