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Google detects tiny movements to play music
    2016-06-15  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Playing the world’s saddest song on the world’s tiniest violin is no longer just a sarcastic dream.

    Using a tiny radar-based chip, the team at Design I/O built a device that detects the movements of this unsympathetic gesture and transforms them into a violin solo.

    This innovation is based on Google’s Project Soli, which uses invisible radar emanating* from a chip to recognize finger movements and broad beam radar to detect movement, velocity and distance.

    Silo works by using the 60Ghz radar spectrum* at up to 10,000 frames per seconds.

    These movements are then translated into commands that mimic touches on a screen.

    Design I/O detects if the user’s hand is making a motion that resembles two fingers moving together — as if they’re playing a mini violin.

    Users simply place their thumb and forefinger over the device, start rubbing them together and a tune using just the string instrument will play — which some might deem the saddest tune in the world.

    And when you stop “playing,” so does the Soli.

    (SD-Agencies)

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