With the MC 3.0 set to release this fall, many people are excited about the forward thinking device that converts movement into music. The new MotionComposer 3.0 is a revolutionary step forward in music inclusion, allowing people of all abilities to express themselves through movement and music. If you are unfamiliar with MotionComposer, please see this video (link) or check out our Homepage which explains what the MotionComposer does.
In this article we will cover the following features of the new MC 3.0:
The intuitive MC 3.0 interface will be controlled by a touch screen tablet. Now you will be able to control the MC even while dancing! Easily select musical environments, change the instrument, and toggle settings from anywhere in the room with the touch of a finger.
The MC 3 is an easy to transport all-in-one device, that takes less than 5 minutes to set up. Simply plug the device into the wall, and then connect it to the speakers. The MC 3 also comes with two Genelec studio monitors for a professional and clear sound. The device also has an aesthetically pleasing under-glow lighting system that synchronizes to the music that you play.
The MotionComposer team has put together a diverse and expansive sound library that caters to all different types of people. With the goal of inclusion, the team has hand selected sounds that appeal to people of all different ages, physical abilities, and artistic backgrounds. Sprinkled across the 6 musical environments, the MC 3.0 sound library includes:
Developed by Fusion Systems, the MC 3.0 uses passive stereo vision technology to track movements. Fusion Systems is an expert in the Auto industry, where the company uses this technology in smart cars to detect other cars and pedestrians for driver safety. Stereo-vision technology uses 2 HD cameras that act as a pair of eyes in order to detect and track movements in space. This method of motion tracking has several benefits over the previous MC 2.0 including:
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