Synthesizers reached their apex when Ferris Bueller used an E-mu Emulator II to take a “me-day,” but Zach Lieberman’s installation Play the World has managed to make electronic keyboards cool again—and a little mind-blowing. Commissioned by Google as part of DevArt, a program to encourage creative coding, the contraption turns a piano’s keys into a musical web browser.

Amazing Software Turns the Internet Into a Musical Instrument | Design | WIRED

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