That's interesting. They call it an instrument, but I'm not sure if I would call it that. Neat thing to have at an arcade though. Very expensive play toy in my opin. Y'all need one in your basement.I need to update.
Hm, this is totally different than what I was thinking when you described it. I've seen very similar technology in use for map programs though, with a cube type thing on a glowy touch-interactive interface. There were also some cool drawing programs I'd seen for this. Music, though, is something I hadn't thought of. IMO, this is part of a new era of intuitive gadgetry. I think people want to interact more tactually with technology as opposed to pushing buttons on a keyboard, controller, or mouse. I think it's the reason why the Wii and iPhone are so popular.
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