Just like the Many that are out there.
Mic Fleetwood had one designed for him by Jimmy Hotz in Cali. Back in
the eighties. http://www.hotz.com/about/index.htm
Laurie Anderson uses one in some of her performances. Also by Jimmy
Hotz, I think.
Mark Congnolio at Troika Ranch has also built one called MIDI DANCER.
The folks at DEIM in dk have also a developed a suit.
I'm working on one in Austin Texas.
I think some mention of Craig Anderton should be made here. His
book...Digital Projects for Musicians was the first book written on
how to build a MIDI "brain" box. All these "suits" use a type of
Microprocessor brain box.
Anyone care to add to this....
>i like this thread
>it makes a suit
>an obsolete body
>we pay for privilege
>and don't know why
>or how to ask
>just where it comes from
>cause it's just trash
>a minute from now
>that's where we'll put it
>for the lower class.
> > From: Yukihiko Yoshida <email@example.com>
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Cc: email@example.com
> > Subject: Re: Dance machine in Japan
> > Date: October 15, 1999 10:04 AM
> > > Didn't find anything about Mirburi suits there.
> > Ah...
> > Yamaha is the name of company.
> > So if you have interest, you can contact with them by e-mail.
> > > What is a MIRBURI suit exactly?
> > > (the word "mirburi" returned no hits in altavista, hotbot, webcrawler,
> > > fast, deja, lycos.... - I'm getting mighty curious..!)
> > So do I.
> > Is that the suit which can get data from the motion of body ?
> > Maybe I saw the photos few years ago.
> > Best Wishes
> > Yukihiko YOSHIDA
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University of Texas at Austin
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