This 'Projected Instrument Augmentation' for piano learning looks awesome

20 June 2017, 20:22

Keyboard practise, with a hefty dose of gamification...

Learn your Mozart Piano Sonatas, and feel as if you're playing video games. 

The Projected Instrument Augmentation system (PIANO) was dreamt up by pianists Katja Rogers and Amrei Röhlig and their colleagues at Ulm University in Germany.

Traditional music notation is substituted for an alternative representation of a composition, which is projected directly onto the piano.

Take a look:

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