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Theremin Hero

'cause bagpipe hero nearly kilt me.
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Like guitar hero... but using a wii remotes' elevation and tilt to mimic a theramin.

Theremin hero http://hackaday.com...with-theremin-hero/
or use an actual theremin. [tatterdemalion, Aug 28 2012]

100 years! https://newatlas.co...laravox-centennial/
Eerie, spooky alien sounds. Does the Borg cube sound like this? [whatrock, Oct 22 2020]

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       I'm appalled that this does not yet exist.
MaxwellBuchanan, Aug 27 2012
  

       [+]
8th of 7, Aug 27 2012
  

       Featuring tracks from Star Trek, Forbidden Planet, Good Vibrations...   

       Tesla Coil Hero, anyone?
Dub, Aug 27 2012
  

       Awesome.
leinypoo13, Aug 28 2012
  

       I can see a time when the theramin replaces the vuvuzela as the annoyance of choice at soccer tournaments... [+]
Grogster, Aug 28 2012
  

       sp: Theremin. But + for the idea!
csea, Aug 28 2012
  

       Anybody who plays a theremin is a hero in my book. [+]
doctorremulac3, Aug 28 2012
  

       Doh!
Thenks [csea]. Fixed.
  

       +1 :)
po, Aug 28 2012
  

       I was just reading 2 minutes ago how Neil Armstrong took a tape of theremin music to the moon.
pocmloc, Aug 28 2012
  

       The theremin is unique among musical instruments in that it is impossible to have an 'air' version of it (like "air guitar").
hippo, Aug 28 2012
  

       Wrong! Wave your hands in front of you whilst saying "wooo-aooo". Instant air-theremin.
pocmloc, Aug 28 2012
  

       [hippo] - That is not quite true. The grossly self-indulgent Jean Michel-Jarre had a keyboard that was operated by breaking a light/laser beam around him. I think he playd it when he 'Played Houston1. I mean who plays an entire city for gawd's sake!?
gnomethang, Aug 28 2012
  

       + too cool!!
xandram, Aug 28 2012
  

       pocmloc, your source is obviously wrong. Neil Armstrong hasn't been to the moon in decades, let alone minutes ago.
RayfordSteele, Apr 21 2016
  

       You know, I'd actually like it the other way around, play wii games with a theremin.
haskell, Oct 23 2020
  

       Now, that would be interesting - and possible. Sensing limb position by unstable near-field oscillators is practical, and in fact probably easier than image recognition technology like Kinect™ <Gargle, spit/>   

       // Does the Borg cube sound like this? //   

       Join us, and find out ...
8th of 7, Oct 23 2020
  

       // Join us, and find out ... //   

       Tempting. Free parking, cookie of the month club, a Swiss army knife on my left hand, and access to large, black big- bore weaponry.   

       Hmm... does the Cube also have a backhoe?
whatrock, Oct 23 2020
  

       <Sound of replicator/>   

       It does now ...
8th of 7, Oct 23 2020
  

       /Cube with a backhoe/ most vivid mental image of the day.
FlyingToaster, Oct 23 2020
  

       I thought I was the first person to use that pun -_-
Voice, Oct 23 2020
  
      
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