Bruno Zamborlin is a technologist, music technology researcher and live performer. His research focuses on new methods for gestural interaction with everyday objects and their applications in the creation of new interfaces for musical expression. After working for 5 years at IRCAM / Pompidou Centre in Paris and Goldsmiths, University of London, he created his last and most successful project called Mogees. As an artist, he performs in solo and with British experimental dance music pioneers Plaid (Warp records).
Mogees is a novel technology that turns physical objects into unique music instruments by converting the vibrations that we make when we touch them into sound on the fly. The Mogees sensor is combined with a mobile app that detects and analyses the acoustic properties of physical objects and augments these to create music.