They create zombie versions of your favorite pop stars. They ask Obi-Wan Kenobi for help. And now they teach you to tickle the ivories. via Popular Science
Animated figures walk, dance, and lumber across the keyboard in telling motions that help you learn not just which keys to strike, but how hard and for what duration to strike them.
The lab explains that the point of this particular approach was to promote “an understanding of the music rooted in the body, taking advantage of walking as one of the most fundamental human rhythms.”
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