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Violin Made of Lasers: The 0-Bow
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Technology lecturer Dylan Menzies doesn’t play the violin in the traditional sense, instead he uses software and lasers to translate the positioning, speed, and motion of a traditional wooden bow into music. His optical sensor-driven O-Bow is encased in copper with a groove for the bow.


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