Researchers at the Helsinki University of Technology have developed a “Virtual Air Guitar” system that consists of a pair of orange gloves, webcam, TV screen, and a “start pedal”. Video demo after the jump.

Now swing the right hand as if you were strumming a big chord. And that’s exactly what happens – you hear a power chord with punchy distortion. Now move your left hand along the imaginary neck and strum again – it’s a different chord

[via VirtualAirGuitar]

Researchers at the Helsinki University of Technology have developed a “Virtual Air Guitar” system that consists of a pair of orange gloves, webcam, TV screen, and a “start pedal”. Video demo after the jump.

Now swing the right hand as if you were strumming a big chord. And that’s exactly what happens – you hear a power chord with punchy distortion. Now move your left hand along the imaginary neck and strum again – it’s a different chord

[via VirtualAirGuitar]