David Neevel's Musical Keyboard Introduces a Musical Way of Typing

By: Ian Andrew Panganiban - Published: • References: youtube
David Neevel's musical keyboard provides office workers a musical means of getting their job done.

People in offices have to write emails or memos; it's a task that can get rather boring on a regular basis. The 'Email Guitar' is a musical keyboard device that allows people to type up letters with the use of a guitar. Each guitar stroke translates into certain computer keyboard stokes and letters. Neevel used several electronic components attached to the guitar enabling it to translate the feeds received from the guitar to the computer.

It would be so much fun typing up an entire office memo at the same time as playing a guitar. If this could be incorporated in offices across the world, desk jobs wouldn't seem so boring. Stats for Email-Typing Guitars Trending: Older & Mild
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