USA Today Video: iRing – the future of motion control for musicians on mobile devices


Jefferson Graham from USA Today interviewing Starr Ackerman on IK Multimedia's iRIngs

In this video from the NAMM 2014 show in Anaheim, California, USA – USA Today’s Jefferson Graham interviews Starr Ackerman from IK Multimedia on the future of motion control for iOS/Mac & PC for musicians, called iRing.

iRing is the first motion-tracking controller for iOS music apps and more. iRing is a patent-pending, double-sided ring with dotted markers that allows the user to control effects, notes or other music parameters by waving their hands in front of the iOS device’s camera. The camera detects the motion control, and you can set the MIDI parameters that you want to affect via the software you are using.

Learn more about MIDI control for your music apps, visit the IK Multimedia website, click here.

Starr Ackerman / IK Multimedia / Public Relations

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~ by Starr Ackerman on February 28, 2014.

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