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A glove that makes a sound when it touches an object

12 March 2015 Last updated at 13:06 GMT

Imagine making music with a glove you wear on your hand.

Each finger makes a different noise - and changes every time you touch something new or different.

It was created by American student, Gershan Dublon.

It uses special hoods on the fingers that are connected to a box on your wrist.

When the hoods touch a hard object they create a sound.

Watch the clip to see the glove in action.