What do you get when you cross the remains of a dismembered guitar with an Arduino powered robotic glockenspiel? In the interest of full disclosure, we've never had occasion to ask ourselves that question. We have an answer to it today, though, and the answer is glockentar, a musical chimera of bells, circuits, strings and light projections that...you know what? Just check out the video. It's one of those "you have to see it for yourself" things.
Two years ago, an enterprising game fan married two objects long overdue for a meeting: the NES cartridge, enshrined in Gnostalgic texts as occasionally requiring a little mouth-to-mouth action to get it going; and a harmonica. To the benefit of all, he then posted the how to and a video on the internet.
Now, if you don't have that how to magic, or if you don't have a cartridge to offer up in sacrifice to awesome, some one else has started selling them on Makers Market. But act quickly! Super Mario Bros/Duck Hunt is already sold out, but you might still be able to get your hands on Top Gun or Wrestlemania.
See the NES harmonica in action after the jump.