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Often referred to as a 'space oboe' or the kind of instrument that you'd expect to see being played in the Star Wars Cantina band, the Eigenharp originally surfaced in 2009.
The instrument's '3D' keys are its highlight - they can detect the movement of your finger to within a micron, and measure pressure-sensitivity for adjusting volume, side-to-side movement for tweaking effects, and up/down movement for changing pitch. And all of this is on a per-note basis.
The price of the Eigenharp Alpha (£4950) puts it out of the financial ballpark for most people, but if you want a taste of the Eigenharp experience, the Pico model can be yours for £459.