Motion sensing technology is up for sometime and innovative apps are being developed using it. One similar app is AirHarp. If you don’t want to buy costly music instruments, here is the app for you which can sense the movement of your fingers and according play a musical instrument onscreen.
AirHarp has been created by Adam Somers of California-based Leap Motion. With this app you can simulate musical strings by just waving your fingers in air. If feels like you are plucking real strings in mid-air.
Leap Motion was founded in 2010 by Michael Buckwald and David Holz. The company’s first product The Leap was released on May 21, 2012 which evolved out as a very accurate, sensitive and responsive gadget.
Watch this video demonstration of AirHarp :