Posts Tagged ‘Music’

Play That Funky Music, Cyborg

Gil Weinberg, who we met a few months ago at Georgia Tech, has a mission: to make it easy for amputees and the disabled to play beautiful music. His first project is a drumming prosthesis, a system that allows a user who is missing a hand to play improvise as well as the jazz greats. Read More

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Someone made machines that play music with pint glasses

Forget skimming the edge of your pint glass to make music — how about some real alcohol-inspired instruments? Inventor Andy Cavatorta has built the Chalice Symphony, a quartet of devices that use Stella Artois’ signature drinking glasses to produce…

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Cool People Play Their Music With An Electric Plasma Spark, Not A Normal Speaker

How do you listen to your music? Headphones you say? Sometimes on an Airplay or Bluetooth speaker? Oh. That’s pretty cool. I just listen to mine on plasma. Dancing electrical sparks that leap between two electrodes and produce a small amount of ozone. No big deal. Just, you know, how cool people do. Actually that’s not how I listen to music, but it could be if I back the ARC Plasma… Read More

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Cool People Play Their Music With An Electric Plasma Spark, Not A Normal Speaker

How do you listen to your music? Headphones you say? Sometimes on an Airplay or Bluetooth speaker? Oh. That’s pretty cool. I just listen to mine on plasma. Dancing electrical sparks that leap between two electrodes and produce a small amount of ozone. No big deal. Just, you know, how cool people do. Actually that’s not how I listen to music, but it could be if I back the ARC Plasma… Read More

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Cool People Play Their Music With An Electric Plasma Spark, Not A Normal Speaker

How do you listen to your music? Headphones you say? Sometimes on an Airplay or Bluetooth speaker? Oh. That’s pretty cool. I just listen to mine on plasma. Dancing electrical sparks that leap between two electrodes and produce a small amount of ozone. No big deal. Just, you know, how cool people do. Actually that’s not how I listen to music, but it could be if I back the ARC Plasma… Read More

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Cool People Play Their Music With An Electric Plasma Spark, Not A Normal Speaker

How do you listen to your music? Headphones you say? Sometimes on an Airplay or Bluetooth speaker? Oh. That’s pretty cool. I just listen to mine on plasma. Dancing electrical sparks that leap between two electrodes and produce a small amount of ozone. No big deal. Just, you know, how cool people do. Actually that’s not how I listen to music, but it could be if I back the ARC Plasma… Read More

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SoundHound now lets you make Spotify playlists from discovered music, but only on iOS

Generally speaking, getting an earworm out of your head is a two-step process: figure out what the song is (if you don’t know already), and then listen to it over and over until you never want to hear it again. Apps like Shazam and SoundHound are…

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SoundHound now lets you make Spotify playlists from discovered music, but only on iOS

Generally speaking, getting an earworm out of your head is a two-step process: figure out what the song is (if you don’t know already), and then listen to it over and over until you never want to hear it again. Apps like Shazam and SoundHound are…

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SoundHound now lets you make Spotify playlists from discovered music, but only on iOS

Generally speaking, getting an earworm out of your head is a two-step process: figure out what the song is (if you don’t know already), and then listen to it over and over until you never want to hear it again. Apps like Shazam and SoundHound are…

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Google Play Music for Android now lets you take radio stations offline

If you thrive on Google Play Music’s radio stations but would love if they kept playing while you’re away from an internet connection, congratulations — Google has just granted your wish. An Android app update rolling out today lets you pin whole…

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