French startup Enhancia’s MIDI ring, which we first noticed at an upcoming events in usa 2017, has debuted for preorder on Kickstarter. Now known as Neova, the new ring is an accessory for musicians to put on the index finger of their right hand. Precise moves inform the ring to trigger effects while performing, like pitch bend and vibrato.
Neova is a new smart ring that identifies extraordinarily natural hand gestures and faithfully translates each subtlety into musical expression. This MIDI controller can be freely assigned to any effect out of your DAW or hardware synthesizer. Enhancia says that it effects in a useful tool allowing new sorts of creativity.
Neova Smart Connected Ring Features
The Neova musical connected MIDI system accommodates of factors the ring used to seize actions and gestures and the hub that connects to your laptop using a spare USB connection. “The complete is natively recognized as a MIDI controller with the aid of your computer and interfaces with every major DAW. Neova identifies precise gestures the use of 9 motion sensors embedded inside the ring. Due to the fact it’s far a MIDI controller, every gesture can independently be assigned to any parameter of your DAW or your Plugins. The only challenge is your creativeness.”
While there are other MIDI rings on the market, Enhancia hopes to differentiate itself by focusing on simple hand gestures. The company says it worked with over 50 musicians to choose which movements were most naturally performed while playing a keyboard. Originally, it supported three hand movements — a slight hand wobble, a slow tilt to the side, and a tilt forward. Now, Neova has two new gestures built in: a rocking hand wave and a roll.
Neova Smart Connected Ring Price
For more information and full specifications jump over to the official Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign page, where the Neova ring is now available to back with early bird pledges starting from €210 or approximately £182. If all goes well with production and manufacture worldwide shipping is expected to take place during March 2019.