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2 December 2014, 14:57
If you need gloves this winter, want to dress like Ariana Grande and have a spare £5,000 to drop, you might want to invest in a pair of these.
Turns out Ariana isn't making a new fashion statement - she's actually modelling her own brand new pair of Mi.mu gloves, an amazing piece of tech that allows the wearer to manipulate the sound of their voice.
Designed in part by experimental singer-songwriter Imogen Heap, the gloves are designed to augment the singer's voice during their live performance - certain hand movements such as clenching a fist, turning their palm or even pointing can add reverb effects or adjust the direction of the audio.
Ariana recently posted a video of her demonstrating the gloves to her Instagram, and it's crazy to watch them in action.
The gloves are still in development, but you can buy a pair of collaborator gloves for the low, low price of £4,950.
Or if you need time to save up, you can pledge £10 to be first in line to buy a pair when they go to general release.