New generation of musical gadgets

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About TouchMe

Turn human skin, water, or flowers into a musical instrument with TouchMe. Play alone or with your friends!

As the area of touch and intensity changes, the sound changes too.

Ready to get started? You need a computer, tablet, or smartphone, as well as a TouchMe device and objects that can conduct electricity. 

Just open any online synth and you're ready to play!

Play on skin with TouchMe

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About Playtron

Use the contents of your fruit bowl as a piano keyboard with Playtron!

Connect up to 16 objects with alligator clips, pick a different sound for each, and have fun!

Ready to get started! You need a computer, tablet, or smartphone, as well as a Playtron device and up to 16 objects that can conduct electricity.

Just open any online synth and you're ready to play!

    Fruits remixes with Playtron



    TouchMe is designed for two objects or two people. When the intensity (area) of the touch changes, the pitch of the note changes. You can choose the key and frets to adjust to the composition.

    Playtron is created to play on up to 16 objects; each has its note, which does not change depending on the touch. This way, you can make a musical keyboard from any conductive objects.

    TouchMe device is more of a sensory music gadget where the pitch of the note changes depending on your touch's intensity, while Playtron is making a keyboard out of conductive objects.

    Don't worry! Our devices are not as fragile as they look! They are long-lasting and can withstand pressure.

    We chose bare PCB to preserve the functionality of the design and DIY aesthetics. They also make our devices more eco-friendly, and show that electronics are pretty straightforward.

    Sure! The MIDI-controller works with every musical program, and the sound choice is not limited.

    No! You can use a PC, a tablet, or  a smartphone. You also need a USB-adapter and a musical app, such as GarageBand, for example.

    Definitely not! The current impulse is so slight that it can't influence your health.


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