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Seattle Symphony uses Kinect to conduct robotic instruments

Microsoft might have scaled back its ambitions for Kinect, but creative modders and developers are still finding ways to put the peripheral to good use. Source: Seattle Symphony uses Kinect to conduc [...]

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Electronic Music Powered By Girls! 2015 Tour

Techne brings electronic music workshops to Girls Rock Camps this Summer!
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Google Tone Sends URLs to Nearby Computers Using Sound

Google has published a Chrome extension that allows you to share URLs in an interesting new way. Click a button and a simple chirrup from your computer’s speakers sends the link to other devices in [...]

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Chrome adds MIDI support for browser-based music composition

Let's say you went all out for Rock Band 3 and bought a MIDI drum kit and the game's keyboard peripheral, haven't used them since, but hate to put that stuff on Craigslist. With the new Chrome update [...]

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‘Things’ Are People, Too

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The Internet Of (Some) Things

In 2015, a modern-day gold rush has taken the technology sector by storm. A recent study discovered that 75 percent of executives surveyed said that Internet..
Source: The Internet Of (Some) Things

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The GitHub for Kids Urges Them to Be Inventors, Not Users

Kano teaches kids to build their own computers and learn to code with them. Now, it's also helping give those kids the exposure they deserve. Source: The GitHub for Kids Urges Them to Be Inventors, N [...]

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For Becky Stern, wearable electronics are a form of self-expression

The Adafruit designer empowers everyone to bring their fashion to life.
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There’s a Way to Control Phones With Sound, Not Electronics | WIRED

Acoustruments are 3-D printed accessories that control your phone through valves, sliders and other simple mechanisms.
Source: There's a Way to Control Phones With Sound, Not Electronics | WIRED

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