Talk about a helping hand: Researchers at Georgia Tech's Center for Music Technology are trying to reinvent how students learn to play the piano by developing a special glove that vibrates to cue a budding musician which finger needs to strike a key at a given moment.

The goal is to fuse music with muscle memory to teach pianists their craft.

"You can literally feel the notes," said Kevin Huang, the Georgia Tech graduate student who came up with the idea.

His early design is basically a golf glove powered by a battery that's hooked into five vibrating motors, one for each finger.


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