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For those who have thought about practicing piano but eventually gave up for lack of space, the output can be in a high-tech solution. Created by Japanese designers, the Wrist-Mounted Finger Piano rebuilds a new dimension to the instrument: Reduced to basics, the piano becomes a gadjet to be dressed with a glove scavenging movements.
The gadget works through `clips` embedded in each user`s finger, and attached to the wrist with a small speaker. The next step is and press each clip on a hard surface, like the real instrument. The inventors ensure that the correct notes are played on the speaker, who also serves as a tuner.
The portable piano still has three volume levels and is powered by three LR44 batteries. He is already available in the market and sold it for $ 39.99.
A very different way and inexpensive way to play the piano ...
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