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SOMI-1 – Turn your Movements into Sound

A project in Kiel, Germany by instruments of things

Status: Active

Wireless wearables to play and control music via movements | iOS & Android | MIDI Interface
Backers: 118
Average Daily Pledges: €1,605
Average Pledge Per Backer: €394

Funding: €46,546 of €50,000
Dates: Sep 19th -> Oct 19th (30 days)
Project By: instruments of things
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Latest News

Earn 10% cash back for helping us spread the word!

October 7th - via:
The SOMI-1 campaign still needs support to reach the last 37%.  WE REALLY NEED YOU!! Therefore, we want to give you something back: 10% cash on every purchase that is made via your referral! Simply:  Click the link bellow and register as a... (Read More)

SOMI-1 transforms your movements into sound

October 6th - via:
Each SOMI-1 sensor provides eight different motion parameters all of which can be used independently to control or trigger sound. Sounds can either be generated from the SOMI-1 phone application which also includes a number of different presets straight out-of-the-box or by any instrument or music software that is compatible with MIDI. (Read More)


October 4th - via:
Dear backers, We now reached halftime of the SOMI-1 Kickstarter campaign and collected 61% of its goal. Big Thanks to all backers! Still, as Kickstarter campaigns usually don't have a linear progress, the next 39% will be much harder to get.  So... (Read More)

Create and control music using your body with the SOMI-1 from Instruments of Things

September 22nd - via:
Turn your movements and dance moves into sound with this Kickstarter. The SOMI-1 provides performers, musicians and creators a way to make music via movements. The project aimed at casual consumers, comes from Instruments of Things, based on their successful 2.4SINK sensor for professional musicians, launched on Kickstarter in 2019. (Read More)

New Performance Video

September 21st - via:
We have uploaded a new performance video to the SOMI-1 Kickstarter campaign. The video was shot outside on Berlin's beautiful Tempelhofer Feld. Dancers Dana Pajarillaga and Daniel Asamoah control nature-like ambient sounds by their movements via... (Read More)

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