Go Dance Glove

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Ice Rocks. Sigh.

The Go Dance Glove, by Belmer Negrillo, is a tool that lets VJs to control their video mixing wirelessly with natural gestures, allowing them to hit the dance floor with everyone else. The prototype consists of a wrist brace, 8 pin-buttons (RFID tags) with icons that identify the basic commands for VJ’ing. The receiver is just a box connected to a computer via USB. It’s an interesting concept, but it seems that dancing would be really limited if arm and leg movements could alter the video every time they move. Who knows, maybe Belmber Negrillo has some sweet skills he’s not telling us about.

Go Dance Glove [gizmodo]

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