At no point in the history of humanity did anyone ever ask for a bagpipe-playing robot that would never get tired. But this is exactly what Instructables’ XenonJohn has built with his Ardu McDuino bot that uses a pair of 3D-printed prosthetic hands to autonomously play a bagpipe’s chanter. Thanks?
Bagpipes. IN SPACE. And the touching reason why they’re being played.
So this is how Peter Jackson's going to pad out The Hobbit into three full movies? I'm not sure I approve, but I will certainly admit it's a bold move.
You can "learn" to "play" many instruments on the iPad, but now you can irritate neighbors for hours with the world's most joy-sapping tool of all—the bagpipes. You can even play along to your iTunes library!
Addi's Inflatable Minute brings us a wild musical instrument that's powered by a balloon and a foot pump and made out of PVC pipe and clothespins. Invented by Aaron Wendell, a student at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Balloon Organ makes a mournful bagpipe-like sound we found quite pleasant. Each note…