Japanese Helmet Cam Teaches Kids with Disabilities How to Rock Out on the Piano


Through the use of the latest digital eye-tracking applications, a Japanese manufacturer has created a virtual-reality helmet that can teach children with disabilities how to play the piano. While other VR developers like Oculus Rift are more associated with creating immersive games, the ‘Eye Play the Piano’ headset offers a glimpse into the potential future widespread applications of this incredible technology. Check out the video below to watch the headgear work its melodic magic with a young musician.

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