Gillette shows off the movement of its FlexBalls by playing piano with a bunch of Fusion ProGlide hitting the keys. I wonder if the musician perceived the smallest sense of delay between the moment he pressed the key and the actual sound was made.
To show off the movement of the new Gillette Fusion ProGlide with FlexBall Technology, we asked Son Lux to compose an original piece of music and play it on a piano rigged with the razors. This was his performance at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City on December 19th, 2013.
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