Electronic musical instrument can be played by kids with motor conditions
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The University of Edinburgh has already recognized the benefit of musical instruments aimed at children with motor problems with its Skoog instrument. Similarly, the MidiWing is an electronic musical device that can be operated using multiple controllers, opening up access to young people without the dexterity to master traditional instruments. The MidiWing has existed as a concept and prototype for a while, but was put on the backburner when the microprocessor used by creator Dan Daily was discontinued. Now, Daily has won funding and technical assistance from the New Mexico Small Business Assistance program which he hopes will get the…
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