A New Innovation In Piano Engineering And Design

A New Innovation In Piano Engineering And DesignHungarian pianist Gergely Boganyi has introduced a new piano, a remarkable instrument combining the classic piano design and engineering with the space age technologies of today.

The new piano is actually named after Boganyi! The Bogyani Piano was unveiled in Budapest this January to much applause and speculation.

The piano is futuristic looking. Something like piece of decor from a Star Trek movie. It was designed from the ground floor up using the latest tools and technologies so that optimum acoustics could be achieved. Every inch of the piano was carefully laid out and engineered and there result is a work of art to say the least. Black and mysterious looking, this new piano is certain to take the world by storm as Boganyi tours around the world with it. The other pianists will be green with envy when they see this instrument being utilized.

Not only is the design of the piano unique but also are the materials used to make it. New carbon fiber material was also employed for weather resistance and acoustics. Careful adjustments, tweaks, and experimentation when into this piano and Boganyi was there for every step of the way. This was true dedication and professionalism to say the least.
It’s reported that over 18,000 elements within the piano’s design had to be addressed with some staying and others going. Bogyani and his team meticulously did what they had to do in order to get this awesome mechanism up and running and achieve a greater performing experience.

Now that the piano has proven itself in the field of battle the next step is to get it to market but that’s going to be tough to do as the thing looks so alien, but Bogyani’s name is strong enough as one of the top echelon in the pianist art form that just word of mouth may get this piano the launch that it needs.

Innovation is still a major part of piano design and manufacturing. Pianos just didn’t stop making themselves or being made with out consideration that one day newer material might be of superior quality and usefulness. The trick is to have the professional pianists themselves sit in on the creation of the instruments so that the finest product can be made from them. When experts and engineers get together and both have the best interest of the art form in the forefront, then only an awesome instrument can come of it.