Tuna Knobs

Feb 12, 2015

Category: Tech

Even as digital technology grows by leaps and bounds, sometimes it’s the unlikely merging of the digital and the analog that amazes us most. Case in point here with Tuna Knobs, control knobs that you stick to your touchscreen to get that tactile precision control that you just can’t get with vague swipes.

Made of conductive rubber, they’re simply small styluses in knob form, with a small axis in the middle and a suction cup on the bottom of each one. Designed specifically to control music apps on touchscreen devices, they’re aimed squarely at the iPad DJ who wants to elevate his game a bit. They’ve been proven to work with a number of apps, including iDJ2GO, TouchAble, Lemur, TouchOSC, and more. [Purchase]

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