No, it's not the soundtrack. Developer David Hayward and friends have wired up a piano keyboard in place of a QWERTY version to play Doom.
The viola organista combines keyboard and cello in a unique string sound dreamed up by the Renaissance genius.
The tie's capable of playing eight notes. That's a whole octave plus an extra, which should let you perform classics like Chopsticks, if not Tchaikovsky.
Ever wanted to turn YouTube into a musical instrument? Now you can, with the YouTube piano: a creative use of YouTube's annotation system.
Quirky robots showcased at the Taipei International Robot Show include a 10-fingered keyboard player and a bizarre horse-drawn carriage.
Priced at $20,000 Yamaha's Avant Grand piano might seem expensive for a digital piano, but it's a clone of a $120,000 Yamaha piano.
A computer connected to this piano analyzes human speech with the assistance of a composer and converts it to key-tapping.
As a follow-up to the YouTube piano project, its creators have introduced a new toy that makes use of YouTube's deep-linked annotations feature: a working radio.
Take a sneak peek at the Nota app for the Apple iPad, a tool for learning and practicing piano.
A curious match: piano maker Steinway & Sons and Danish high-end audio manufacturer Lyngdorf join forces to create luxury audio systems for well-heeled music and home theater lovers.