How Do Everyday Objects Sound Amplified?

Sam Weller, from The Royal College of Art, got an idea: create a device that would allow every object around us to become an instrument, amplifying their natural resonance. He worked with Yamaha and got these beautiful results. [Thanks Alejandra!]

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All of that effort, and no one bothered to string two bars of music together? Would've been fun to see him set up next to a street musician and have an impromptu jam session using whatever object was nearby. Interesting science project though.