Womba Music

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Womba Music

Bradley Mattes   |   July 05, 2018

Did you know unborn babies can hear music in the womb?  Now they can make music as well.  Aura Pon, a mother and recent PhD grad teamed up with Johnty Wang, a PhD student, to develop the Womba.  It looks like a futuristic, light-up dome for a pregnant woman’s abdomen.  The baby’s kicks and other movements generate musical tones.  Certain areas of the womb activate specific chords.  Aura said it’s a unique way to demonstrate the humanity of the baby in the womb.  “That’s a person in there,” she said.  Both she and Johnty hope to adapt the Womba for a baby’s use once the child is born, to enhance and expand a baby’s appreciation of music.  It’s a fun invention, and the plus is it showcases the beauty of preborn life.

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