We were all surprised when Magic Leap finally went up for pre-orders this month_ and it seems in the long outgrowth time when the AR goggles werenbsp;mere subjects of rumour that the Florida-based company were busy working away with one of the biggest names in choice music.
Music-meets-AR app Toacute;nandi is the end result of a five year collaboration with Icelandsnbsp;Sigur Roacute;s_ giving users the chance to play and substitute with the sound airs of the post-rock groups ethereal sounds toacute;nandi<_em> is the Icelandic translation of sound air.
With the app released at the set of August_ a behind the scenes videonbsp;has been released this week detailing the project_ which details the desire of both parties to play with spatial audio and allow users to form music from touch.
Through Toacute;nandi_ Magic Leap users can substitute throw of notes as they swim almost the potential space almost them_ along with turning elements of the music off and on with their hands e_g. drums_ chants etc.
The end resultnbsp;acts as a kind of 21st century theremin of sorts_ with the sounds perceptible in the form of some spectral-looking entities.nbsp;The under shorter video gives more of a hands-on look at these forms_ along with the sound and vision users can anticipate to engender.
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