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This exotic-looking violin was made with a 3-D printer

This exotic-looking violin was made with a 3-D printer

Move over, Stradivarius. Sleek, 3-D-printed musical instruments are coming to the Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU, and they sound just like the real thing.

Husband-and-wife artist team Eric Goldemberg and Veronica Zalcberg, who head the architecture- and design-minded MONAD Studio in Miami, built five 3-D printer instruments that will be displayed starting Tuesday, Oct. 24, at the Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU. The museum’s new exhibit “Subject to Interpretation” offers six playable instruments, each silver-colored and lightweight, including a piezoelectric violin, a hornucopia, a small didgeridoo and a monovioloncello (a single-stringed electric cello). The exhibit will close Feb....

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