Learning the piano can be a rather frustrating and time-consuming endeavor, which is precisely why Chinese company One Music Group has worked hard to come up with an upgraded version of its older piano system, dubbed the Piano Hi-Lite.
A successor to the previous One Piano system, the Piano Hi-Lite comes in the form of an LED light strip that can be secured onto any 88-key keyboard. The strip then lights up the keys in order to enhance the learning experience. The light patterns can be controlled by a companion smartphone app that comes with a variety of sheet music.
Easy, fun and rewarding to use, the Piano Hi-Lite system is a great example of modern technology being used as an educational tool in the context of musical instruments.
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