May 15, 2017 AT 5:00 am
Synthesizer Contains Neural Network Grown from the Inventor’s Cells #MusicMonday
Digital? Ha. Analog? Oh, please.
Biological? Now you’re talking.
The core of this synthesizer was grown in a lab from actual living cells sliced right out of its creator. Skin cells are transformed into stem cells which then form a neural network – one that exists not in code, but in actual living tissue.
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