Currently smashing its goal on Kickstarter despite having 38 days to go, the Sensel Morph is an input device that we'd struggle to describe in one word because it can do just about anything you want it to. It's a trackpad, but it can also be a keyboard, a piano, a music production controller, a game controller, a drum pad, an artists canvas and more.
This extremely clever gadget uses Sensel's patented Pressure Grid technology, which is pressure-sensitive to a very high level and allows multi touch gestures, too. Not only can it detect your fingers, it can also detect objects such as paintbrushes and drumsticks.
Plus, it's available to use with a variety of applications on a variety of devices, including computers and tablets.
Read on to find out more.
Image: Artist Josh Ellingson using a real paintbrush with the Sensel Morph.