A Touch Sensitive Guitar For Future Generation

With “A Touch Sensitive Guitar”, you’ll be able to present a new top song from your favorite pop star to your friends and brag about it. This guitar is 100 percent touch sensitive based on the capacitive electronics in a new multi-media social media environment. You can download the tutorial the minute you hear a new cool song on the radio, it simplifies the process of learning an instrument and creates a playful access to the instrument. The mission of this project is focused on developing a guitar that offers a playful and easy understandable access to music in general for you. Digital music made tangible and comprehensible.

Designer : Formquadrat

A Touch Sensitive Guitar by Formquadrat

A Touch Sensitive Guitar by Formquadrat


“A Touch Sensitive Guitar” system is integrated to your home entertainment and computer system. It explores digital music possibilities to new generation. The body of this guitar is made of touch sensitive surface which focused into 3 areas: neck, drum area and touch wheel. This guitar is ergonomically and optimally designed to allow flawless flow of playing. Thanks to the reduction of mechanical parts the susceptibility of error is minimized and the production costs are lowered.

Play your music and process it as if you are in a recording studio. The open source software enables you to develop your music further and share it with your friends and other users. Increase your motivation by challenging yourself against other users via social media platforms. The guitar based on the touchskin® technology developed by plastic electronic. Touchskin® provides capacitive technology on freely formed plastic part surfaces.

A Touch Sensitive Guitar by Formquadrat

A Touch Sensitive Guitar by Formquadrat

A Touch Sensitive Guitar by Formquadrat

A Touch Sensitive Guitar by Formquadrat

A Touch Sensitive Guitar by Formquadrat

A Touch Sensitive Guitar by Formquadrat

A Touch Sensitive Guitar by Formquadrat

Tuvie has received “A Touch Sensitive Guitar” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.

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Michael Tyler says: March 25, 2013

On one hand, no more bothersome strings to tune. On the other hand, how do you properly tune it anyway?







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