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Weʼre raising £25,000 to Create the new wave of musical devices for people with physical disabilities.

London, UK
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We are on a quest to develop a connectable family of beautifully crafted musical devices that give absolutely everyone the chance to make music.

We have a vision for the future. In this future people who have special needs are not special any more. In this future you will not be able to tell the difference between someone who is disabled and someone who is not. You will not be able to tell the difference because society has evolved to understand and accept differences as collective strengths. You will not be able to tell the difference because new technologies will extend from people to empower them to perform. People that have been empowered to perform in music, in art, in sport, in work or in play. And from there people will invent totally new art forms. They will build from the work and the art forms that we know and explore today, and they will create totally new ones.

We want to change music culture forever - and to do this we need yo

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    • Rolf Gehlhaar

      Rolf Gehlhaar

      Jun 25, 2018

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    Human Instruments

    London, UK

    Human Instruments is a not for profit dedicated to the design and production of digital musical instrument interfaces for people with varying physical ability. We are developing the worlds first instruments for disabled people.

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