The Mendelssohn Effektorium is an interactive installation that lets museum visitors control a virtual symphony with a special baton.

Not everyone can play a music instrument or lead a whole orchestra for that matter, but visitors at the Mendelssohn-Bartholdy Museum in Leipzig, Germany have a chance to be a conductor and command a virtual orchestra to play music.

Developed and produced by design studio White Void, the Mendelssohn Effektorium is an interactive installation set up at the Mendelssohn-Bartholdy Museum and it lets museum visitors experience what it is like to be at the helm of a virtual symphony by using a special conductor's baton.

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