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 Nov 13, 2006 - 09:40 AM - by Michael
* Guitar Shirt that Plays

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SMH Australia spotlight a <a href=http://www.smh.com.au/news/technology/air-guitar-down-to-a-t-shirt/2006/11/13/1163266457568.html">shirt that lets you play air guitar and actually hear the notes.

"The left arm chooses a note and the right arm plays it," said Richard Helmer, a CSIRO chemical engineer who led the project. The arrangement can be reversed for left-handed musicians.

"You can play with yours hands above your head," said Dr Helmer. "You can turn around and jump. Whatever you like."
Coming Soon: Air Guitar Hero for the PS3. Maybe.
 

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