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Futuristic 3D Printed Piezoelectric Violins Are A Thing Now

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MONAD Studio – Eric Goldemberg and Veronica Zalcberg, together with musician/luthier Scott F. Hall, have collaborated to create the 2-string Piezoelectric Violin.

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The futuristic-looking 3D printed violin has been designed as part of a larger series called “MULTI,” a sonic installation that includes a variety of other instruments and, a bandshell/rack that holds the instruments when not in use.

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In the video below, you can see the violin being played at a live show:

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