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Tangibly music ring / Wearable Device

Tangibly music ring
Tangibly music ring

Hearing-impaired dancers always affect us through their exquisite performance. However, they cannot dance without instructors stand aside and using gestures to show the music rhythms. Tangibly music ring is a wearable vibration motor, which transform music rhythms to haptic feelings in real-time. By the rhythmic vibration of the ring, hearing-impaired dancer have the access to touch the music, feel the music and enjoy their dance. More importantly, they are able to dance together with other people.


Queen Mary university of London

Queen Mary university of London
Mile end road
London, United Kingdom

Feng Feng,
Queen Mary university of London