Specdrums ring is a intelligent ring that wirelessly connects to a smartphone using a accompanied app and transforms taps into sounds. The complement is designed for people who demonstrate their middle stroke pitter-patter with their fingers anywhere on tabletops, on any aspect or object. The complement recognizes opposite colors, putting a harmony of digital sound possibilities during a tapper’s fingertips. The initial devise was designed to give leisure to drummers play anywhere, after devise developed to simulate system’s ability to renovate colors into sounds.
The ring is interconnected to a smartphone around a accompanied and RGB values are returned to a tone sensor when a tap-activated LED shines and these values are afterwards matched to digital sounds in a app’s library. Those sounds could be keys on a piano, components of a drum pack or other synthesized noise. Users can play anything, crash out any rhythms by drumming a finger with a ring onto colors. The complement supports mixed coexisting records being sounded. Battery life is reported to be over 2 hours per charge, with a recharge holding only 30 minutes. A 12 pivotal tone draft is enclosed into a Specdrums package.
The devise is already saved on a Kickstarter and if all goes to plan, shipping is estimated to start in Jan 2018. The representation video next gives some-more on a project.
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