singing fingers ipad app
 
singing fingers ipad app
jul 22, 2010

singing fingers ipad app

jay silver is a researcher at MIT media lab who you may remember as one of the creators of drawdio. his latest project is an ipad app that allows users to finger paint with sound and play back the sounds by touching the painting. ‘singing fingers’ has a dead simple interface that is just a blank screen. users run their fingers over the screen drawing forms as they make noise. the application records the noise and associates each noise with the form that was drawn while it was recorded. by simply touching the painting, the user can then play back the noises they made in any sequence they choose.

http://web.media.mit.edu/~silver/

singing fingers ipad app

singing fingers ipad app

  • Getting this for my iphone rightaway.

    Niko
  • Wow! Can I play? Jay..I cant access you web media site and have a question. What’s the best way to contact you? Thanks

    T
  • Hello. This is Jay. Thanks for the great writeup. Can you please add Eric Rosenbaum as the other creator of Singing Fingers. We did it together. Thanks!

    Jay
  • frigin rad! i want an ipad just so i could have this ap!

    pezza

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