Mi.Mu Kickstarter Campaign!

April 8th 2014

Your opportunity to become a part of The Gloves Project by supporting us through our Kickstarter Campaign!
Pledge your support, follow our development process, even purchase a pair of Mi.Mu Gloves of your own.

10 Comments so far

  1. Mindy on April 18th, 2014

    I would LOVE to contribute to this beautiful project. To be this integrated to music is such an incredible leap. It fuels my passions just to see this. Please let me know what I can do to be a part of it, if anything. I pledge my full support to this project in every way I can.

  2. Michael Christian on April 20th, 2014

    please keep me in the loop as to what you are doing. i am fascinated by this project…

    (reminds me in approach to the theermin)

    i would also be interested in participating at one point…

    a bit of who i am…ca.linkedin.com/in/michaelreinmuller/

    thank you again

  3. Daniel Pol Diaz on April 23rd, 2014

    The first time I heard Imogen Heap was in The Last Kiss, when Hide & Seek came on as the character turned out the lights. I thought it was the most beautiful, and artistic way to use a vocoder. It was so inspiring. And now, Imogen is trying to give us something so much more magical than her music, a way to create our own music with our bodies. I have dreamed of this for years, and I am so excited to see the work you guys are doing. So when the days grow long and weary, when the code is overwhelming, when the hardware issues are too much, please keep in mind myself and many like minded musicians are so eternally grateful for the work you are putting in. This is truly amazing
    Feel free to email me any updates or requests, I would love to help in any way I can. When the gloves are for sale, I will make sure to special order as many as possible for my Guitar Center customers

  4. kouyio sound system on April 27th, 2014

    i love the project i live in mexico i’m from Gudalajara those gloves doing music with them is kind making love with music to audience with gloves but thinking we do our own music we do it to our loved ones freely that’s hot and sexy charming i’d love to have a pair for my project

  5. Celio Vasconcellos on April 28th, 2014

    Hi, I am interested in to purchase a pair of Mi.Mu Gloves

  6. jeff on May 11th, 2014

    Hey there, I have a few questions. I cannot find info on how to connect the DIY-gloves with software and what the total number of readings contains. Also How will the position of the gloves be measured in relation to the whole body position?
    And finally: The “notes” link in the DIY-section as well as the contact section seem to be broken.. just in case that hasn’t been reported before.

  7. Reuben on June 5th, 2014

    Hi guys,
    I’m a Musician / Clown from Melbourne Australia.
    This device is so amazing something I think everyone that has a DAW has dreamed of.
    I studied performing art’s for 5 years and eventually specialised as a Clown.
    Part of my training in this field was Mime so this devices appeals to me in more way then one.
    Just wanted to say you guys rock my socks and are doing amazing things.

    Thanks alot

  8. Alli Hofstad on June 10th, 2014

    Hi Imogen,
    Just wanted to say thanks! Movement to notes to images to sounds to tech, la tee da, it gets me so whimsically excited. When I’m a special ed teacher I hope children who struggle with expressing emotions can put on the gloves and be understood. You’re my favorite artist and inspire me to keep playing and listening.
    Best of luck to you and the team in your fearless pursuits,

  9. Michael Roth on August 16th, 2014

    I see you Kickstarter campaign has stopped - please put me on the mailing list — thank you -

  10. Stuart Milne on September 4th, 2014


    I’m the editor for an online technology website called AZoSensors. I’m interested in writing an article on the Mi.Mu project and wanted to see if you would be open to sharing some information about the project and technology?

    Please let me know if this would be of interest to you as I’m sure it will be for our readers.

    Best Regards,

    Stuart Milne

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