Kano, creator of DIY coding kits has been in touch to tell us about how anyone could make a synth that is controlled by hand gestures.
Karl Sadler is a music producer from London who specializes in sonic experiences at his company Obelisk. Kano has worked closely with Karl to develop a hand-controlled music synthesizer based on eight of their Motion Sensor Kits. You can see it in action in the video and get the full details direct from Karl in his blog.
Kano says that, at only $29.99, the Motion Sensor Kit is the most affordable coding kit in the planet and lets everyone create music, apps and games powered by hand movement.
Pricing and Availability:
Motion Sensor Kit: $29.99
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