Tuna Knobs work as an oversized stylus, translating real-life turning movements into in-app touch commands
Placed correctly to align with the virtual knobs on-screen, a conductive rubber grip combines with a conductive surface on the underside
A clear acrylic base is fixed to the touchscreen with a suction cap
The company has already established relationships with a number of app developers, and says that more are currently in the works
Tuna Knobs are physical controls that work on any capacitative touchscreen to bring tactile feedback to music production applications
Tuna Knobs are compatible with Windows, Android and iOS touchscreen devices
With just about every aspect of music production going digital, one budding DJ is looking to march to the beat of his own drum. Samuel Verburg joined forces with Dutch design firm Tweetonig aiming to mix not just perfectly matched beats, but a bit of old with a little bit of new. The result is Tuna Knobs, physical controls that work on any capacitive touchscreen to bring tactile feedback to music making applications.
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