Stumbled Upon this today and I think it looks friggin' amazing. http://www.weareroli.com/seaboard/ Very cool to see someone taking all that we have recently developed in the fields of general and audio electronics, human-machine interfaces, touch interaction and feedback, materials science etc. and leveraging it to do something really new and interesting with a very old concept. This longer video shows the creator explaining the basic concepts behind the Seaboard to Jamie Cullum, who then spends some time getting acquainted with it. I found it to be an excellent demonstration of the various possibilities available with this new instrument. The downside... $1999 for the 37-keywave "Studio" model in the limited first run (rising to $3000 once it's widely available), and the 61-keywave "Stage" model will set you back $2,999 rising to $4500. There's also a limited-edition run of 88 "GRAND Limited First Edition" models with a full-size keyboard, in case you have a spare $8888.88 lying around. Your limited-edition model will be engraved with the name of one of the 88 keys on a grand piano keyboard.