Canadians can expand their musical horizons
If you're tired of only watching hockey games on your plasma TV, there's a new iPhone application that will help you take it to the next level.
Listening to music through the radio is something only older, less tech-savvy Canadians probably enjoy to do. To show off your plasma TV and home theater capabilities, download the Twinners Music on TV app.
This app basically turns your iPhone into a remote-control device that then allows you to use a television avitar to contol. With this, you can select music through certain programs on your plasma TV. The digital self can become a DJ, visit a selection of locales and introduce everyone in the living room to this TV party.
The different tunes from which you can select are provided by an international network of musicians in the Tribe of Noise collective. Currently, the program is being tested in Denmark, but it is strongly expected to quickly spread throughout Europe and overseas to Canada.
Tribe of Noise's co-founder, Hessel van Oorschot encouraged people to focus on the opportunities ahead and empower independent musicians with all the innovative tools they need.” He concluded, “virtual DJs playing their music on TV is one of them.”