"Lasers are nifty things. Since their invention at Bell Labs in 1958, they've been used to perform eye surgery, target smart bombs and carry zillions of bytes of data along fiber-optic cables. Nonetheless, it took decades for someone to figure out that these highly focused beams of light could replace the strings on a 1,300-year-old Japanese zither."
You must watch the video with this article. Absolutely amazing. This could be seminal in the development of virtual instruments.
Please Santa. This is what I want for Xmas. And if you could pass on some of her talent as well, that would be really nice.
CNet. Please get the blacklist for Wired fixed. This is starting to get really annoying.