A new and very unique way to create music has been launched via Kickstarter this week called Specdrums, which consists of app-connected rings that turn colour into sound, making the world your sound machine, says its developers.
Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the unique musical instrument, that has launched via Kickstarter, aiming too raise $15,000 over the next 29 days.
Specdrums are app-connected rings that turn the world’s colors into your own personal sound machine. They let you create beats and melodies by tapping on anything with color, such as your clothes, our 12-color keyboard, or any objects you find around you. You can even draw and print out your own Specdrums instruments.
You can select many types of instruments, such as various keyboards, synths, and drum kits, or choose other collections of sounds, like your own recordings and sound effects. The color of each sound can be customized to match specific colors you find around you, like your clothes.
We’ve designed Specdrums to be the most accessible, portable musical device for people of all ages and musical backgrounds. They’re fun for all and perfect for…
• Drummers who tap all the time
• Musicians seeking a MIDI device that fits in their pocket
• Children who love to play with smart, connected toys
• Teachers interested in new technology for STEAM education
• Developers looking for an open-source Bluetooth LE sensor suite
• Anyone who fidgets and taps at their desk
Specdrums are now available to back via Kickstarter with early bird pledges starting from just $29 and delivery expected to take place during Kickstarter. For full specifications and more information jump over to the official Kickstarter campaign page via the link below.