Chicago's Amtrak magic piano

A piano in a Chicago train station apparently allows a remote performer to see and hear what's going on nearby, permitting the pianist to ad lib musical accompaniments to whatever's going on nearby and to perform duets with passersby.

It's really quite nifty, and I wish the YouTube page had more detail. (There are some links and the, ah, link.) Credit apparently goes to Rob Bliss Creative for pulling it off and to Amtrak for sponsoring it.

Link: http://youtu.be/D9BOTXFCpQA

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