Symphonizer for iPad isn’t perhaps what you think and has got my interest

I’m not sure that the name of this app really tells you what it does, but aside from that I think that the idea is great, and in fact what I’d like to see is a lot more of this kind of facial recognition stuff in apps, after all, it is just an extension of how we interface with the instrument. More of that another time.

Anyway, here’s the app’s details:

Simply smile to your iPad when you want to turn to the next music notes page.

You no longer need a special person to help you turn to the next page, nor spend on expensive hardware. Musicians all over the world find it challenging using their hands to turn pages while practicing or playing their music. This app introduces a new simple method (a simple smile) to replace the challenging touch based swipes or taps. A smile is always there to help you turn page while still playing.

Symphonizer is priced at $2.99.

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