Music Playing Pianist Robot Hand

The Pianist Hand Concert

This robotic piano playing hand will probably not be able to make you a better piano player, but it will serve as a great ornament for any musician geek.

The various gears and levers inside this clear plastic hand interact to move the fingers as if they are playing one of six classic piano pieces; as the digits play selections from Beethoven’s “Fifth Symphony”, Scott Joplin’s “The Entertainer,” or Chopin’s “Minute Waltz,” you’ll be fascinated by their precise movement and precision-tuned mechanical genius. Sound sensor starts the music when you clap; requires 2 AA batteries (not included).

The Pianist Hand Concert is available at What on Earth for $16.95.

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Robert Birming

About Robert Birming

Based in Stockholm, Sweden, Robert is a blogger and musician with an eye on innovative gadgets and design geekiness.

4 Responses to “Music Playing Pianist Robot Hand”

  1. I am looking for above Music Playing Robotic Hand and have check on line on the What On Earth website and could not find it listed. Would you know anywhere else I could order it from. I saw it also on Wacky World Catalog website and it is out of stock. I do not know who manufactures it so don’t know where else to look. Can you help?
    Jane Waller

  2. I’ve contacted What on Earth and they no longer sell it. I’ve even tried Ebay and still nothing. I haven’t been able to find the correct wacjy world catelog website. If anyone know where I can buy one I’d greatly appreciate the information. I have one that is no longer working and I use it in my classroom to teach simple machines. I really need to find another one!!

    Jennifer Dozier

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