Nick Brennen, a Camberwell College of Arts alumnus, has essentially given anything lying around your house — from notebooks to sneakers — the ability to be played as a instrument. His device, Sound Pegs, feature oversized wooden pegs that detect vibrations of objects they’re attached to and translate them into musical sounds via a digital software. This means you can play your book collection as a drum set, and your favorite novel as the crash cymbal. Browse the gallery and watch the video below for better understanding.
- Source: Dezeen