Innovative Clothespin Piano App for iPad Music Creation

Innovative Clothespin Piano App for iPad Music Creation

When iOS developer Adam Kumpf found himself yearning to play the piano on his iPad without a physical keyboard, he didn’t just sit back.

Instead, he channeled his engineering skills to construct his own keyboard from simple items found around the house.

Innovative Clothespin Piano App for iPad Music Creation

The innovative iPad piano keyboard he created utilizes materials like aluminum foil, clothespins, tape, and rubber bands to mimic wooden keys that respond to touch on the iPad’s screen.

You can watch the keyboard in use in the video below.

In a recent blog post, Kumpf elaborates on his project and offers a detailed guide on his Instructables page for those interested in crafting their own version.

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