Japanese Wrist Mounted PianoMarch 9, 2012 # 5:24 am # Games Cuties # No Comment
When you want to play piano, usually you will need a piano, like grand piano or electronic keyboard. But, for Japanese, they don’t need them. They use this unique Japanese Wrist Mounted Piano. Small, easy to carry and use, and like all Japanese like, this gadget has unique or maybe we can say strange shape.
How It Works?
The Japanese Wrist Mounted Piano has shape like a wrist watch. But, there’re five cables when in the need of each cable there’s a thing like clamp or something where you can put your finger in it. And, you’re ready to play piano. The five cables and clamp have five different tones. And, there is three more buttons for other tone. So, this small and weird piano has full one octave piano you can play. To play it, you just need to push the clamp on hard surface and it will produce piano sound. Your other hand can play three last tones by pressing the three buttons on the wrist part. Yes, you might think it’s little bit complicated, like I did when I try it for the first time. However, if you get used with it, it could become fun gadget you can play.
The Japanese Wrist Mounted Piano Feature and Price
The Japanese Wrist Mounted Piano has 3 different sounds you can choose. You can play in piano sound mode, or if you want to play bell, there’s also mode 2 where you can play the bell sound. And the last sound mode is the most unique. It’s the found of cat. So, if you want to know how a cat sings a Beethoven song, this Japanese Wrist Mounted Piano can help you to find that out. It’s only $39.99, which is cheap for you who want to have fun with playing piano anywhere you want. However, if you’re professional pianist, it’s not right gadget for you.
Buy it from ThinkGeek for $39.99