With this new iPhone gadget, the world is your instrument.
London-based company Mogees is now selling an eponymous device that lets you make music by scratching and tapping any surface it's attached to. The tool uses vibration sensors to capture different movements, and converts them into musical notes. Then, the Mogees iPhone app allows you to associate each movement with a different sound and use the result in other music apps, according to the BBC.
Watch this man demonstrate how it all works by playing a door as if it were a full-sized drum set:
The company released the first edition of the product in 2014, but has refined the sensory technology for a new generation of Mogees, according to its website. The new devices will be available after the Kickstarter campaign ends in November.
This should make for some interesting live shows in the near future.
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