Karlax – an instrument for digital arts

September 19, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized 

Karlax is the first wireless controller to re-establish the artist’s body at the heart of the Digital Arts performance. This instrument’s revolutionary ergonomic design uses the artist’s own natural movements for an unlimited freedom in the creation and artistic expression.
In this video, Olivier Sens, Philippe Geiss, Hervé Diasnas, Sir Alice and Thomas Goguelin perform with Karlax.

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