Mapping movement to music
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This concept for a portable digital sound control device predicted a wrap-around display and intuitive interaction. By moving the sound stick up and down, volume can be increased and decreased; By moving and pointing it sideways, sound can be distributed to connected speakers. Finally, the sound of downloaded music can be intuitively modified by shaking the device. Mario Gagliardi 2003.
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