Touchscreen Turntables are sick

I hope some of you readers have heard of ATTIGO, the newest creation from Scott Hobbs. It’s a touchscreen
“turntable” system that’s supposed to bring deejaying into the modern age. We’ve all seen a bunch of digital turntables, including those annoying CD tables with “scratch pads”.

None of them are really that great, or even that appealing. This little device seems cool mainly for the kitsch factor of having it be touchscreen.

The huge and amazing part of the ATTIGO system is the fact that it’s a concept that he built himself. It’s not yet commercially available, but it’s a pretty astounding thing that someone could just put one of these together.

Yes, it’s nerdy. And as you can see by the video below, it’s got some flaws.

Final Product // ATTIGO TT from Scott Hobbs on Vimeo.

Yeah, he kind of blows I guess, but it’s still a sick looking system.

[Source: Gizmodo]

17 Replies to “Touchscreen Turntables are sick”

  1. Really cool that he made them himself. Huge props for having an idea and bringing it to life like that. Would it be a product that I would buy? Probably not. I don’t really see anything being done that can’t already be accomplished by products currently available. It doesn’t look like anything is being done easier than products currently on the market either. Maybe an idea would be to incorporate another element into it… video mixing? Maybe some integration with software such as ableton live?

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