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New app lets Face ID iPhone owners make ‘music’ by waving their hands in the air

[2019-05-17 09:25:28]

A new app called AirSynth by Dave Wood takes a fun approach to the Face ID TrueDepth camera system available in the iPhone X series phones. Users simply wave their hands above the phone screen to control the synthesizer, like a pseudo-theremin. The post New app lets Face ID iPhone owners make ‘music’ by waving their hands in the air appeared first on 9to5Mac.

New app lets Face ID iPhone owners make ‘music’ by waving their hands in the air


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