Dancing Figures Could Teach You To Play Piano

Dancing Figures Could Teach You To Play Piano

MIT is developing an intuitive and visual aid to help students master the piano

Leo Lutero
  • 7 june 2016

People at the MIT Media Lab has created another interesting invention: Andante, a teaching piano. Andante uses human figures that dance on piano keys as they are played according to the piece.

This simple hack can help students learn playing the piano more effectively.

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