Futuristic Musical Touch-Table

Mu3 Table Lets Up To Four Make Music      26/10/10

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At the Digital Content Expo 2010, the Furuichi Laboratory at Nihon University's College of Industrial Technology presented the Mu3 table, a touchscreen table that lets a group of people collaboratively make music. 

Each user is allocated a different tonal range.

While this technology doesn't seem like it would directly translate into serious music applications, it's easy to imagine it showing up in music games and social music activities in the near future. 

James Lewin
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