AUUG motion synth, Here is what happened to AUUG After Shark Tank

Augmented reality products are those that use digital information to enhance the user’s experience.

It is changing the way we interact with technology. It’s opening up new opportunities for industries to explore and create innovative solutions.  Also, That changes the way we do business, teach, music apps.

Auug motion synth, Here is what happened to Auug, After Shark Tank

Imagine yourselves as musicians. Almost all musicians today use a computer as part of their music-making and synthesized sound essentially allows you to create any sound you can imagine.

You love the expressive freedom that comes from this. But you’re also frustrated because the interfaces that you have to play this sound like a keyboard or a guitar, don’t give you access to the real expressive potential of these sounds.

This is why Joshua has invented AUUG.

What Is AUUG?

The Motion Synth by AUUG is a hardware/software combination that allows users to make music simply by maneuvering their iPhones through the air.

AUUG creates human-computer interfaces for music.

It can work completely wirelessly on Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. You can use motion to change octaves, expressive parameters. Use motion to transfer between instruments with AUUG. You will be able to use motion to trigger notes you want.

The Motion Synth Grip takes care of holding your iPhone so your fingers can focus on playing notes

 The Technology Of AUUG’s Mobile App And Who Is Joshua Young

Augmented reality technology is a way to enhance what you see in the real world by adding digital content. Also, it Can use for the film or music industry.

The Motion Synth is exactly using this technology to help musicians to create heavenly music with ease.

Joshua Young is the founder of this amazing product. He has a BSc degree in Neuroscience and biochemistry.

‘I take a human-centric approach to designing hardware and software interfaces that make optimal use of the expressive potential of the human body.’

says Joshua.

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What Happened To Joshua Young Offer In Shark Tank?

“Music is the universal language that everyone can understand.” – Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Music and life are both inextricably intertwined and the Sharks proved it when Joshua presented the Motion Synth to them.

Joshua was seeking 50K AUD for a 5% stake at Shark Tank to make his AR product a reality.

Andrew and Naomi offered 100K AUD for a 20% stake. The business valuation was at 1 million AUD.

What Happened To The AUUG After The Shark Tank?

As augmented reality is relatively new to the market AUUG didn’t fail at all.

AUGG didn’t stop at Shark Tank. They had a successful fundraising program with Kickstarter. 313 Kickstarter backers pledged $75,585 to help bring AUUG to life.

AUUG’s Motion Synth is available to download for Apple mobile users for now. The app is compatible with iPhone 4S and above.  As well as the iPod touch 5th generation and up but the iPhone 6 Plus and 6s Plus are not supported.

The app is playable with many IOS music apps like Garageband, Animoog, Magellan Jr, Ivoxel, and more.

You can also send notes and CC MIDI messages from the Motion Synth to Ableton over WiFi or via a MIDI cable adaptor.

The Motion Synth also has some sounds of its own that can be controlled via motion and touch.

You can read more about the technical side of the app by visiting the website here.

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