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it's called the haptic baton and allows the visually impaired to follow the conductors movements their senses in its that pickup even the slightest of motions they'll then transmitted via radio signals to vibrating bands on the musicians wrists or ankles they vibrates and buzz in different ways to communicate to the required pace and dynamics developer behalf commits OCN from British company human instruments explains how the box on functions senses angle senses role in pitch it also senses whether you're making still shop gestures or gentle stroking gestures and the musicians feel the vibrations left and right in high definition allows them to then physically feel the movement of the conductors had some players who have tested the invention Felix ups that confidence in performances