One of Sony's latest innovations is the Motion Sonic Project which will allow users to experience the sound of movement in an entirely new way. The goal of this project is a complete synchronization of physical senses and sound expressions, and you can catch a glimpse of it in this next video.
The actual device, which can be worn on a wrist or ankle, uses a mic and 6-axis sensor to track movement trajectory, speed, and fluctuations and converts that into sound.
Sony is already posting a ton of videos of it being used with everything they can think of like air guitar, moonwalking, jump roping, ballet, and all sorts of other performances. Many of these videos also feature incredibly talented performers using the device like Nanami of “Seven Seas,” the air guitar world champion.
It seems like this device will create a whole new world of performances to enjoy, and it’s not even out yet! It just made an appearance at this year’s SXSW, but if you weren’t able to see it there, you can watch it in action in the videos below.
Source: PR TIMES