June 16, 2011
iPhone Air Guitar Move doesn’t impress us much
It’s good that Satriani and Vai weren’t born in this age. They’d be bathed in the luxuries of good for nothing music games and devices that not only reduce your music knowledge but also kill the need for natural improvisation. Take the iPhone Air Guitar Move for instance. It includes some hardware add-on for the iPhone that uses the motion detecting plectrum to make some sensible music. The app that accompanies it makes the iPhone a virtual fret board and the connector the main strumming area.
The technology is smart but musically, no good. The developers need $25,000 in the next three weeks to get this one to roll for real.