20 klangsquares challenge your ears. Which bird is singing? Which composer is playing? Can you fit proverbs together? Recognize foreign languages? Place your smartphone with the klang² app open in the middle, place a klangsquare on the Nfc reader and prick up your ears: Let's get started with your acoustic game collection!
With a combination of analog (klangsquares) and digital (your smartphone) you will experience a new game genre with endless possibilities.
Today, every klang2 set already contains 11 games. Let yourself be surprised by new games, they appear automatically in the app!
klang² from the violin maker or from the bookbindery
I think the idea is brilliant and the product is an aesthetic hit. Bravo!
A crazy idea and a really fantastic game!!! I couldn't stop being amazed...! Hats off!!!
We can hardly believe what beauty is in these squares.
Who we are
Sebastian Oberlin, born in 1980 in San Francisco, CA, learned to play the violin at the age of 4. After training as a violin maker in Milan, he runs his own studio in Freiburg, Germany. His path crossed with Adrian on a walk in the forest in 2017...
Adrian Rennertz is a media artist, musician and programmer from Ulm.
After studying media informatics in Cologne, he first worked in Berlin before moving to Freiburg where he turned his favorite project klang² into his main job.
Online shop management + customer support + photography
Communication + social media
Production + Quality Control