The Augmented Reality DJ System

A Simple, Low-Cost Dgital DJ Interface      20/07/09

ARDJ (Augmented Reality DJ) is an experimental DJ control system that incorporates a simple and virtually no-cost interface into a digital music workstation, along with visual feedback making use of Augmented Reality technology.

By choosing which printed symbols are placed in the playing area, the user interactively controls what loops get played and how they get played.

Here's a demo of the Jungle genre cards in ARDJ:

With technology like this, it's not too far-fetched to think that we'll soon be able to laser-print our music gear!

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