Soundbeam can be used by those with physical disabilities to translate movement into music

The therapeutic power of music has been documented widely in academic research. But not everyone can play an instrument and enjoy making music.

Enter the Soundbeam: a system which uses sensors that detect movement and translate it into music, allowing even those with learning or physical disabilities to create a tune just by moving a finger.

Soundbeam equipment consists of wireless switches, a controller and sensor beams, and comes with pre-loaded musical pieces that allow a user to make improvisations, and explore a range of genres such as blues or classical music.

Read more over at The Straits Times!