Most gamers know that Minecraft has players exploring a blocky, procedurally-generated 3D world with infinite terrain. In this world, you may discover as well as extract raw materials, craft tools or items, and build structures / earthworks. What if music was a major part of this game? One gamer decided to up play Minecraft using only a real-life MIDI keyboard.
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In Back to the Future, Marty McFly rocked a Gibson ES-345 electric guitar at the 1955 Enchantment Under the Sea high school dance, but this custom Time Machine bass by Doner Designs might have been more fitting. The Chicago-based father and son duo created this to pay tribute to the Michael J. Fox movie franchise, especially the time-traveling DeLorean, complete with flashing lights, a selectable destination year display and a flux capacitor.
The Power Glove, originally released in 1989, was designed by Grant Goddard and Samuel Cooper Davis for Abrams/Gentile Entertainment (AGE). That’s right, despite its initial popularity, Nintendo played no part in its development, and Mattel manufactured this NES accessory in the United States. Unlike a traditional controller, this featured the main buttons, a program button and 0-9 keys, all on the forearm. You press t he program button and a numbered button to input commands. However, one fan managed to turn this into a music making machine.
Fortnite held a Marshmello concert in-game in the past, but yesterday, they took things to a whole new level with Travis Scott’s Astronomical. Virtual Scott and Epic Games knows not everyone was around for the live show on Thursday, so they’re offering another in-game show on Saturday, April 25th, at 6pm EST, complete with loot for attending.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) researchers have managed to use artificial intelligence to translated a portion of the coronavirus into music, capturing even the smallest details that can’t be seen under a traditional microscope. The team focused on a crown-like structure, also known as a spike protein, which helps the virus attach to and enter human cells.