Use your webcam to turn your body movements into sound in this weird and wonderful music session, which uses on-screen visuals to generate amazing interactive noises using Google's Body Synth engine.
This guide is part of our Sense Arts, Sport & Wellbeing programme. This activity can be done at a time that suits you, either in your own space or in an educational setting.
Who is this for?
This is a workshop for people who are deafblind or have complex disabilities and can be enjoyed by anyone.
Why does this make a difference?
This is an arts workshop that helps people learn by using their senses to connect with their surroundings while building confidence and supporting self-expression.
How to take part
Watch the video below.
What happens in the video?
To do this activity, you’ll need a webcam, a room with enough space to move around, and the internet browser Google Chrome if you haven’t already got it.
Listen to Colin’s song, then open a new window in Chrome and go to https://creatability.withgoogle.com/body-synth/.
Your webcam will open and you will be able to see yourself – start moving your body to make music! Colin will give you a tutorial on how to get started.
See what kind of songs and music you can make.
This activity was created by singer-songwriter Tom Peel, and uses Body Synth made by Google.