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Mictic - Create Music With Your Movement

A project in Zurich, Switzerland by Mictic

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Mictic is a wearable wristband which translates gestures and movements into musical tones and sound effects in real-time.
Backers: 239
Average Pledge Per Backer: $124

Funded: $29,596 of $10,000
Dates: Apr 8th -> May 11th (33 days)
Project By: Mictic
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Latest News

Mictic on Yanko Design and Trendhunter

May 5th - via: kickstarter.com
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This Wristband Lets You Play Music Using Body Movements in Real-Time

May 2nd - via: beebom.com
The wristbands send a bunch of multi-access accelerometer data to the companion app on Android and iOS. The app then uses the data to determine what sounds to play. The wearables have four set sound patches or modes. (Read More)

More Early Bird Sets Are Available Now!

April 28th - via: kickstarter.com
Alright, you spoke and we listened! We received a significant amount of emails asking for our Early Bird special. Sooo, by popular demand, we’re increasing our Early Bird special price until the end of the campaign.  This is your last chance to... (Read More)

Early Bird Sets are SOLD OUT now!

April 26th - via: kickstarter.com
All Early Bird Sets are SOLD OUT! Thank you so much for the support so far!   But need not to worry - the regular Mictic Sets are still available exclusively on Kickstarter at a 30% discount. We also offer special double packs, family packs and a... (Read More)

Mictic Motion-Based Musical Wristbands

April 24th - via: hypebeast.com
Zurich-based start-up Mictic has created a wearable XR musical instrument using a pair of smartphone-connected wristbands. The wristbands connect, via Bluetooth Low Energy, with a smartphone-based app, that allows for a variety of instrument sounds to be selected while each wristband, and therefore each arm, is assigned a separate task, such as chord and rhythm hands for electric guitar. (Read More)

Cheddar TV Interview

April 19th - via: kickstarter.com
Good Morning Kickstarter-Community! Last week our CEO Mershad Javan joined 'Cheddar Innovates' to discuss how this new wearable translates movement into musical tones and sound effects, and how this is going to change the way we interact with music.... (Read More)

Make A Song By Dancing: The Mictic Wearable Turns Your Movements Into Sounds

April 19th - via: techthelead.com
Do you miss the dance floor and can’t get enough of TikTok’s dancing challenges? Then this XR wearable from Mictic should be next on your list of gadgets. The Mictic turns your movements into sound, allowing you to create songs on the fly, just by moving your hands! The wristbands translate movements into sounds like electric guitar, cello or drums, and let you easily “compose” EDM, hip hop tracks, or even game music. (Read More)

What a great start!

April 9th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi Kickstarter Community, What an incredible start! We hit 78% of our initial funding goal within the first 24 hours!  We can't help to express our GREATEST THANK YOU for you support! Furthermore Kickstarter has selected our campaign as a “Project... (Read More)

Mictic’s Wearable Musical Device Allow You To Make Music Just By Moving

April 9th - via: hiphopwired.com
Zurich, Switzerland-based company Mitic has introduced its Swiss-made XR wearable that amazingly turns your movements into actual sounds. You don’t have to be a musical genius or have picked up an instrument to use the device the company claims. Anyone can flourish while wearing the device. (Read More)

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