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"Virtuoso" is claimed to be the world's first self-playing violin. Basically, "an invisible hand glides the bow across the strings producing a genuine violin sound -- with no human in sight." One drawback, it costs a whopping $17,500. Video after the jump.
Developed by Paroutaud Music Laboratories, the Virtuoso violin was invented by TV and film scorer Fred Paroutaud and the late Dr. Thomas Paine, administrator of NASA during the Apollo moon flights and the former president of Northrop Corporation
(Thanks Zipped)

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