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A great new concept has been developed in the application Oh Music, Where Art Thou.

The application Oh Muci, Where Art Thou presents a new navigation system for cyclists using music played back through the user’s headphones as a beacon for navigation. The source of music is artificially shifted in the direction of the desired destination, so the user’s sense of orientation is employed to give a clue about the direction.

 

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Read more about it here and check where you can download the software

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