The Airstrument is a wearable, motion-controlled instrument that makes playing music as intuitive as moving your hands.
The video above is taken from my talk on the main stage of re:publica 2016 in Berlin.
Airstrument’s prototype was developed in collaboration with Ronen Peri and the support of #MusicBricks, Music Tech Fest and the European Union.
It was later accepted into the MassChallenge global accelerator, where I focused on its potential as a physical rehabilitation device. It is already being tested as a musical, gamified platform for hand rehabilitation in collaboration with hospitals and NGOs in Israel, India and Costa Rica.
MusicBricks Incubation Award
Music Tech Fest, Sweden 2015
MassChallenge accelerator, Israel 2017
Featured by HP during the Forbes Under 30 Summit in Boston