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As part of Music Hack Day, Ryan Challinor syncs his heart rate to the catchy hit.
Unique dinner and show performance that has attendees sampling what a song tastes like.
The Japanese clothing brand engages consumers with a free social alarm app that sings about the weather of the day.
This incredibly detailed film took over 32 days to make.
Brand receives 4600 likes then dedicates a special video featuring an a capella band.
Apple's voice command technology sings in an experimental song by popular indie band.
This innovation translates wood data from the rings of trees into different piano melodies.
The clothing ads include, among other things, 12 drummers drumming in kid's singlets and Bond's ambassador Rachel Taylor as a partridge in a pear tree.
A Bing Initiative: A weekly round-up of the top ten most popular posts on PSFK--from culture to technology, art to business this list has it all.
A new crowdsourced project lets anyone and everyone contribute to a musical composition.