Hundreds of people are beavering away, hoping to create their own game-changing instrument – but most won’t sell a single one. Will any change the future of music?
The robotic Phonoliszt-Violin was dubbed the “Eighth Wonder of the World” in 1910.
Neurologists have created a musical instrument that can be controlled using only the power of the mind—and its creators hope it could improve life for people living with disabilities.
Another day, another study undercutting the myth surrounding the 18th-century Italian violin maker Antonio Stradivari.
This is your brain on music: Neurologists, composers and tech-geeks at the University of Washington’s DXARTS program study music and the mind — including the encephalophone, a new instrument you can play without moving a muscle.