Washington, March 3: A new device can help make musical indtruments out of everyday mundane objects.
Users can plug Mogees into a mobile device’s headphone jack and can connect their headphones to the gadget to listen to the music they create, Mashable reported.
Mogees employs a small, specialized sensor called a “piezo-transducer” that converts vibration produced by tapping any physical object into an electric signal. The signal is then sent to a mobile device running the Mogees app which turns the signal into music.
Users can select different options that are going to determine how a particular object sounds once the vibrations are converted.
Bruno Zamborlin, a musician who performs with British experimental dance group Plaid, created Mogees as a tool for music education. (ANI)