Jello has always seemed like it could be something besides food: it's too fun, and too weird, not to be. Now two people have found a way to use Jello to create music. Raphael Pluvinage and Marianne Cauvard have created a game consisting of a board that is in essence a capacitive sensor, and when a person places tiny, elegant blobs of the gelatinous fruity dessert on the board and touches it with his fingers, the board detects the finger pressure and movement, as well as the ingredients of the Jello, and translates that information into sound. Wow. I see the potential for dinner-time concerts in homes across the country.
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