KickStarter is described as being a 'crowdfounding' website, and as such it has helped to provide funding for all kinds of various projects, including the ever so cool musical device in the above video, "Air Guitar".
Yes, Air Guitar gives all of of us would-be-rock-stars finally the ability to create a guitar out of thin air! No doubt, most of us have all pretended, at one time or another, to playing an imaginary guitar while listening to one of our favorite rock songs, but now with the help of Air Guitar, and an iPhone/iPod Touch, you'll be able to actually create real guitar sounds out of thin air!
Personally, well I couldn't play a musical instrument if my bloody life depended on it, but if you have any musical ability whatsoever, then Air Guitar should be something that will especially appeal to you.
To get a better idea of how Air Guitar works, the developers state on their KickStarter page:
"....... The unique Air Guitar Move motion sensing guitar pick allows you to strum in the air, and your iPhone becomes a guitar. Imagine how much fun it is to really move instead of just tapping and shaking.
The team behind Air Guitar Move previously created the award winning V-Beat AirDrums and V-Beat AirGuitar, Amazon UK's best selling music toys and Thumbies, the first iPhone game controller available at Best Buy. "
Well, in conclusion, as already stated, even though I personally couldn't play a guitar (or anything else for that matter) if my stupid life depended on it, I still find the whole concept of Air Guitar to be nonetheless pretty cool,and that's regardless of whether your musically, or non-musically inclined or not. The very concept of Air Guitar looks to be one of the more fun and exciting iPhone/iPod Touch accessories out there, and who bloody knows... maybe in the future even professional rock stars might end up using something like Air Guitar, because for one thing, it certainly would be a hell-of-a-lot-easier to lug around then the real thing!
And that's my 2 cents on Air Guitar 4 this wonderfully sunny Monday, June 20, 2011