If you like dance music, there's a 100 percent chance you like dancing and at least a 75 percent chance you like video games. The odds you like Dance Dance Revolution are in the positive, but we're pretty sure you're gonna like LA-based DJ and dancer PENNYWILD's invention no matter what.
It's called the Penny Pad, and it's a collaboration with finger drumming champion Coby Ashpis that uses a DDR-like dance pad that converts your foot pressure into MIDI beats. Hop on this awesome machine and step your way to your own Virtual Self tunes. Be the Aarabmuzik of feet, or whatever.
"Dance has always been a reactive expression, and I feel like it's time dance is a generative expression," PENNYWILD tells Billboard. "The entire concept of my upcoming EP in conjunction with the Penny Pad, is that movement breeds music. It doesn't have to be the other way around. We don't have to just make movement form music. We don't have to hear a beat and start moving. I can make the music with my moves, and that becomes the music."