Robotic Hand Plays Piano

Six classic pieces in The Pianist Hand Concert      24/10/06

Robotic Hand Plays Piano


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OK, it’s just a desktop toy but we think it’s cool. The various gears and levers inside this battery-powered clear plastic hand interact to move the fingers as if they are playing one of six classic piano pieces.
The manufacturers say that you'll be fascinated by their precise movement and precision-tuned mechanical genius as the digits play selections from Beethoven's ‘Fifth Symphony’, Scott Joplin's ‘The Entertainer’, or Chopin's ‘Minute Waltz’. A sound sensor starts the music when you clap. We are seriously thinking of commissioning a Sonicstate version that moves just one finger and plays a selection by Kraftwerk…
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$16.95 More information:
  • www.whatonearthcatalog.com/whatonearth/Item_The-Pianist-Hand-Concert_AW4462_ps_ixs.html

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