XMU student invents 'magical gloves' that can create your own music

Updated: 2015-01-09
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A sophomore at Xiamen University named Gao Youyan and his team have created "magical gloves" that allow users to create music without shelling out for expensive instruments.
Once users download and install the app on their Android smartphones, they can put on the gloves and control the app by moving their fingers on a table, a wall, or even on their own thighs, the Xiamen Daily reported Tuesday.
Users can imitate the sound of piano, organ, violin, guitar, flute and drums through the system, which Gao calls "Children Music Gloves."
He said musical instruments are too expensive for most children, and that he wanted to help.
Priced at around 200 yuan ($32), the gloves won the innovation award at a university student contest. 
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Quincen commented on 07 Feb 2016
where to buy? o.O