Twitter has plenty of uses, and the creative team at Digital Kitchen has come up with a new one — requesting songs for a piano to play. As ABC News reports, Stanley the piano — which you can find at @stanleypiano — is able to take requests and then perform them without the need for an actual human tickling the ivories. You simply tweet a request, and a computer then filters through the replies and adds them to a list. Provided your song is in its MIDI library, Stanley will then play it all by itself thanks to a hardware controller that manages the piano keys. And you'll get to see that happen very soon, as Stanley will be performing for the very first time today, starting at 3:00PM EST. You can watch the whole thing right here.
Stanley: the piano that plays what you tweet
Stanley: the piano that plays what you tweet/
Stanley is a piano that can play music all by itself, and it takes your requests via Twitter.