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Built for Music Hackday in Amsterdam, this Arduino-powered 8-bit umbrella from Berlin area makers Alice Zappe and Julia Lager uses an array of 12 piezoelectric sensors to trigger random tunes as rain hits the umbrella. [via LikeCool]

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  1. that’s fantastic

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