Audiopad by James Patten and Ben Recht; Photo - Wired

Wired looks at a crazy new way to compose music: Using plastic discs, a projected interface, and a special table with radio sensors, one can manipulate and create music from pre-programmed tracks in a cool touch interface. Created by James Patten (whose Corporate Fallout Detector Gothamist looked at last week) and Ben Recht, Audiopad is reminscent, as Wired points out, of the "scrubbing the image" concept from Minority Report, but it's cooler because Audiopad actually works now. Check out the video of Audiopad in action. [Thanks, MKT]