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Airsynth uses Face ID camera to play a virtual theremin

[2019-05-17 12:45:34]

If you’ve ever seen a theremin, the spooky electronic musical instrument which can be played without physical contact, you’ll have some idea of how AirSynth works. It uses the depth-sensing camera on iPhone X series devices to let you synthezise music simply by holding your hands in the air. Check out a demo of it ...

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