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Mogees - Play the World

A project in Islington, UK by Bruno Zamborlin

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Mogees turns the everyday objects around you into unique and powerful musical instruments. Play the world!
Backers: 1641
Average Pledge Per Backer: £59

Funded: £96,338 of £50,000
Dates: Feb 17th -> Mar 19th (30 days)
Project By: Bruno Zamborlin
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Latest News

Only four days to go...

March 14th - via:
Hi Kickstarter ! Great news to start the weekend off: we hit our stretch goal for £75,000 for the Junior Mogees! I can just say yet another THANK YOU for giving us the funding to make this happen. We have already gone into schools in the UK and... (Read More)

New pledge announced !

March 7th - via:
Dear Kickstarter You will have seen me playing “Tamacun” on the Mogees alongside the incredibly talented Rodrigo Sanchez from the hit duo “Rodrigo y Gabriela” on the main video on our Kickstarter page. Now, I’m delighted to announce that in... (Read More)

Target reached !

March 5th - via:
We’ve done it ! Thanks to the 855 lovely people who've backed the project, we've hit our target of £50,000, so we can now place our orders with the factory, and the first Mogees will be produced in two month’s time. 2014 is going to be the year... (Read More)

Rodrigo (from Rodrigo y Gabriela) plays Mogees

February 25th - via:
We have updated the main video, now featuring Rodrigo Sanchez, half of the group “Rodrigo y Gabriela”, and Bruno using Mogees to playing a fruit-bowl along with Rodrigo playing guitar on his song “Tamacun” (which was used in the pilot episode... (Read More)

Mogees turns everything around you into a musical instrument

February 25th - via:
In January 2012 we first heard about Mogees, a small device created by Bruno Zamborlin for a PhD project in Arts and Computational Technologies. Two years later and, after going through some literal fine-tuning, Mogees has made it to Kickstarter. But just what is this strange device that promises to let you "Play the world"? (Read More)

Our ten year old friend plays Mogees

February 18th - via:
Hi Kickstarter – five days have already passed and we’ve almost reached a third of our funding total, thanks to your support. It’s so exciting to see people from across the world who like my idea and are backing this project.  We’ve also had... (Read More)

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