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Organ made from Pringles cans

BROOKLYN, N.Y. (Bob Herzog) -- How do you like your chips?  Barbecue?  Sour cream & onion?  Oil & vinegar?  With ridges?  Without ridges?  From canisters that can be used to make pipe organ sounds?  Didn't expect that last one, did you?
We found the link to this YouTube clip over on An art collective out of Brooklyn came up with this contraption. 

It's a Pringles pipe organ.  In one interview the instrument was described this way, "we built ten keys below the organ's pipes by connecting the cans to springs. Pushing a key triggers a tone, causing air generated by hidden fans within the tubes to flow out of the pipes at the top of the organ."

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