Monday, July 02, 2007


Thanks Japan. No, thanks, really!
If Cool Cucumber Pepsi and the multigate computer chip were just some of the neat, new inventions you guys turned out this past month, they would still pale in comparison to the wireless air guitar.

This floating guitar neck, held precariously between your fingers as you strum irresponsibly through the light sensors on the hilt, produces a number of hard rock hits through a "tiny, tiny speaker," causing sheer fun and entertainment.

Ah, if I
had a nickel for every time I slacked off in the back room, strumming my Airliner 5000 Kip Edition (double necked) invisible guitar, when I should have been working, I would have enough money to slack off for the rest of the day and pretend to grind my axe while my mouth provides the notes and the roar of the crowd just after I do my finale. Hmm... (note to self: see if there are any lucritave careers in professional air guitaring!).

Geez, and I thought the electric air drums were going to be the most advanced technology I'd see in my lifetime, then there's this!
This extended solo goes out to you, Japan.


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At Jul 2, 2007, 8:25:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


At Jul 3, 2007, 12:33:00 AM, Blogger Kami... said...

I wonder what this is going to do for the Air Guitar Championship?
I'm sure we'll be seeing many more competitors year after year...


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