The mogees review is a cool device that promises to let you play the world. It’s a sensor that sticks onto anything you can imagine and it turns it into a musical instrument. It works by letting you tap or strike it with your hands to make music. The idea is that you can use it to play drums or even a guitar just by sticking it on something.
It has been developed by a London-based machine learning & gestural recognition company called mogees. They have developed a system that uses a small vibration sensor and an app to turn anything into a musical instrument. The technology can be used by anyone and is easy to use. The mogees is a portable sensor and it can be attached to objects such as a park bench, a chair or a table. It is then able to sense the vibrations that are produced by touching the object and it can interpret them. It then translates them into sounds and actions that are displayed on the screen.
The device also lets you record different gestures and the app can recognise them during performance. You can then choose to associate them with MIDI notes, samples or one of the growing collection of mogees sound engines which have been designed to allow fine grain control over synthesis parameters. All of these features are backed by an intelligent real time gesture recognition engine. The mogees is compatible with iOS apps and all major DAWs such as Ableton Live, Garageband and Logic.