The Mogees sensor sticks to any object, immediately turning it into a musical instrument.
The objects can be played with bare hands or using rings, coins or other items.
The sensor contains a microphone that detects the acoustic properties of the object to create notes.
The first batch of Mogees units has already been delivered to Kickstarter backers.
Several versions of the device are in development, including one targeted at educational use.
Bruno Zamborlin performing with Mogees, alongside British band Plaid, at London's Roundhouse.
Mogees can also be remotely controlled by a computer, running Ableton Live or any other software that uses MIDI.
The vibrations are turned into electrical signals via a piezo transducer, then sent to a smartphone.
An app running an algorithm on the smartphone transforms the signals into music in real time.