You may have seen some of the most creative devices that let you play with the sound, but the Belgian designer Pieter Jan Pieters has come up with some simple yet effective instruments that translate your body movement into sound. You can produce sound with a piezo sensor in the finger tip as soon as you tap the finger on a table. If you want to change the sound, you will have to bend the finger slightly. While the HEART sensor translates your heart beat into sound, it matches the tempo of the beat when you when listen to music.
On the other, WOB lets you produce a waving sound by making a wave motion, and you can control effects or parameters by bringing your hand closer or taking away from the device. In addition, you can move the scanner (made using 14 phototransistor sensors) over your handwriting or drawing to enjoy a unique sound. Last but not the least, a piezo sensor picks up the sound when you tap your foot on the floo allowing you to control rhythms with your foot. Featuring an exclusive design, each device (finished in metal or wood and electronics) captures different body movements and transforms it into a unique sound.