The Auug Motion Synth turns your iPhone or iPod touch into an intuitive and expressive motion-controlled musical instrument.
The AUUG Motion Synth:
- Transforms your iPhone or iPod touch into a new kind of musical instrument.
- Lets you play notes and alter their sound through motion.
- Is simple to use and can be set-up within seconds.
- Can expressively control a vast array of sounds on your iPhone or iPod touch by ‘playing’ other audio apps.
- Allows you to intuitively shape vocal harmonies and effects in real time by controlling harmonizer hardware devices or effect apps.
- Can wirelessly control software on a laptop or desktop computer.
- Can control non-wireless music hardware via MIDI cable.
- Will allow you to design your own forms of motion-based sound control, and share them with others.
- Is compatible with iPhone (4S and up) and iPod touch (5th generation and up). » The Auug Motion Synt For iPhone and iPod Touch
Structure Sensor is the world’s first 3D sensor for mobile devices allowing you to capture models of rooms, 3D scan objects, play augmented reality games, and develop mobile applications with 3D sensing.
With the Structure Sensor attached to your mobile device, you can walk around the world and instantly capture it in a digital form. This means you can capture 3D maps of indoor spaces and have every measurement in your pocket. You can instantly capture 3D models of objects and people for import into CAD and for 3D printing. You can play mind blowing augmented reality games where the real world is your game world. » Structure Sensor: The First 3D Sensor for Mobile Devices
Yesterday we wrote about the release of the MOGA Ace Power controller for the iPhone 5/5c/5s and the fifth-generation iPod Touch. Today Logitech also announced a iOS 7 game controller, which is now available for pre-order. The Logitech PowerShell is just like the MOGA controller compatible with the iPhone 5/5c/5s and the fifth-generation iPod Touch. » Logitech Announced PowerShell Game Controller for iOS 7
MOGA had officially announcing its MOGA Ace Power controller for the iPhone 5/5c/5s and the fifth-generation iPod touch. The controller that plugs into the Lightning port of you iDevice, includes dual analog sticks, a d-pad, action buttons, pause button, a headphone jack, and L1/R1 L2/R2 buttons. » MOGA Ace Power: iOS 7 Game Controller Now Available
Phillipe Stark has partnered with Paris-based electronics firm Netatmo in creating a device to remotely monitor energy consumption in the home.
Designed to replace most wired and wireless thermostats on the market, the system can also be used with fuel, gas and wood systems. the device adapts to the user by observing their habits, monitoring sleeping patterns and periods of absence from home. It automatically self‐regulates to provide a comfortable temperature tailored to the user’s daily routine, while simultaneously reducing energy consumption.
» Philippe Starck x Netatmo: Smartphone-Controlled Thermostat
Nike’s motivational tool and activity tracking FuelBand receives a new update as part of its SE collection, specifically a new METALUXE Rose Gold edition. The limited edition drop features luxury timeware inspirations with a 316 series stainless steel representing the clasp, bezel and screws. The metal is subsequently hand polished to a mirror finish and finalized with a durable PVD coating. » Limited Edition Nike+ FuelBand METALUXE SE “Rose Gold”
Peddle has introduced support for all iOS 7 notifications and released Peddle SDK 2.0 with new APIs. The online announcement says that there are”over 190,000 Pebbles on wrists everywhere” and that they have build “built strong retail partnerships with Best Buy and AT&T”. They also write that Pebble is now fully integrated with iOS 7 and works seamlessly with Notification Center. This means that any notifications you’ve enabled in Notification Center on your iOS 7 device will appear on your Pebble. » Peddle iOS 7 Notifications Support and Pebble SDK 2.0