Pianoquarium

by Peter Kirn

This week's understatement of note: "Sometimes I am self-driven to do some weird stuff. I have no idea why."

Indeed, Troy Errthum. Like turning an old upright piano into a 20-gallon pianoquarium, complete with live fish. (via
hackaday) The piano itself is no longer playable (guess that's what
happens when you replace the soundboard with fish), but there's room
for an electric piano.

CDM challenges its readers to start building fish storage into digital instruments. Maybe there's a market here.

  • Guest

    .. you can tune a piano but you can't tuna fish! :p