The front panel was replaced with a grid of LEDs that respond to the sounds and tones of this vintage piano. The sound-reactive visualization closely follows whoever is playing. Different high and low notes create different sound frequencies and amplitudes that are translated into light, color and movement. The piano was on display in the OMSI main exhibition hall as part of their "Science of Sound" exhibit.
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About Piano! Push Play!
We rescue pianos, put them on the street for everyone to enjoy, and then give them to schools, community centers, artists, and others who will love them as much as we do.