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A tool for making music through body movement @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi

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Impressive project from student Calvin Cherry! Check out the write-up from TheCapitalTimes, via RaspberryPiPod.

When Calvin Cherry shows off the “musical instrument” he’s been developing, he doesn’t stop moving.

That’s kind of the point.

“It translates your body movements into music,” said Cherry, a University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate student, as he does sort of a two-step in the living room of his Vilas-neighborhood apartment. Cherry has small electronic sensors Velcro-ed onto his wrists and ankles. As he moves about, the synthesized rock track playing on a loop over the speakers changes.

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