Aside from a love of maths and coding, Justin is passionate about music. So it was perhaps only natural for Justin to use his engineering talents to develop a music device. Justin built and programmed a device stored in the pockets of a hoodie that allows the user to compose and play electronic music. The music can only be heard by the wearer and has eight keys, four per hand, with the eight notes of one octave scale.
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