Yep, I think we can squeeze it in somewhere.
Masaoka was then able to play the instrument in its natural, acoustic state, use the gestural data supplied by motion sensors to generate and process sounds electronically, or do both at the same time. Toward the end of the Monster Koto’s life cycle, Masaoka installed laser arrays above and below the instrument’s body.
The Laser Koto was born when she decided to get rid of everything but the lasers.
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