Good vibrations


If it had been invented when I was learning  (with neither sufficient talent nor enthusiasm) to play the piano,  perhaps the vibrating glove  could have made a musician of me.

Georgia Tech researchers are trying to reinvent how students learn to play the piano by developing a glove that vibrates to cue a budding musician which finger needs to be played at a given moment. The goal is to fuse music with muscle memory to teach pianists their craft.

And perhaps it will provide an increase in the popularity of music lessons for people who are trying to perfect their piano playing.

If you go down to the woods today


Someone did go down to the woods today and got a big surprise when she saw a piano sitting there, looking as if it had recently been played.

The report doesn’t mention if there were any signs of picnicing teddy bears.

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