Since the arrival of TrueDepth Face ID sensors in the iPhone X, we have seen several examples of use of these sensors for purposes or less useful.
How To Create Sounds With Hand Gestures On iPhone, iPad Using AirSynth
The PageTurn app that we particularly liked , for example allows you to turn the pages of a PDF document with facial movements, convenient for music scores.
Here is a new example of use with an app called AirSynth . It allows you to move your hands in the air , in front of TrueDepth sensors of a compatible iPhone, to create different sounds .
AirSynth is available here on the App Store
The app works quite simply, just put the iPhone on a horizontal surface, such as a table. Then there are two circles that allow with both hands to control the volume of the sound and the pitch of the notes .
Just lower or raise your hands to change the volume and pitch of the notes on the fly.
The user has the ability to choose between several different sounds , wave, flute, bumble bee (Transformers movie), and many others.
This is not the application of the century, but the demo is interesting and shows one of the many possibilities offered by TrueDepth sensors, available from the iPhone X.
The app is available on iPhone and iPad and has no built-in purchase.
AirSynth is available here on the App Store for 2.29 €