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Fur-covered theremins and other Moog marvels (pictures)

Moogfest -- a celebration of the electronic music and culture inspired by the inventor of the world's first modular synthesizer -- just buzzed through North Carolina. Here are some of the Moogy, groovy highlights.

8 Images By 3 May 2014


Theremini helps theremin beginners not sound terrible

Make beautiful music with Moog's pitch-corrected Theremini, a theremin that helps you learn without sounding like an angry cat.

By 28 January 2014


Turn your iPhone into a theremin

A new iOS app uses your phone's camera and flash to gauge the distance of your hand from the phone for a touchless, theremin-style musical instrument.

By 19 November 2013


The mind-bending sounds of the theremin

The Audiophiliac's remarkable encounter with newly created versions of the first electronic instrument, the theremin; space-age sounds abound!

By 3 November 2013


Musician turns Leap Motion into a theremin (sort of)

Tokyo-based indie developer, musician, and DJ Aliceffekt has recorded an album using the Leap Motion Controller as his primary instrument.

By 3 October 2013


'Amazing Grace' on Russian-nesting-doll theremins

Japan has scooped the Guinness World Record for the world's largest theremin ensemble, with 272 instruments shaped like matryoshka dolls.

By 9 August 2013


'Star Wars' theremin bra: May full support be with you

For "Star Wars" fans who fancy unusual musical instruments and desire a little extra chest support, this "Star Wars" theremin bra should do the trick.

By 9 July 2013


Robots perform 'Doctor Who' theme

Watch 15 robotic musicians join forces with humans to perform the theme song to "Doctor Who." Even Daleks would be impressed.

By 29 December 2014


Myo partners with DJ Armin Van Buuren to make beautiful, gesture-controlled music

The Grammy-nominated DJ has partnered with Thalmic Labs to use the Myo gesture-control armband during live performances.

By 19 November 2014


Transform furniture with a wave of the hand

Designers at MIT's Tangible Media Group demonstrate the Transform, a bench with a 3D interface that can change its physical shape on command.

By 16 April 2014