Chip Maestro is an NES MIDI synthesizer cart
Biomedical engineer Jarek Lupinski from Hoboken, NJ, likes to reformat NES cartridges in his spare time. His latest creation is the Chip Maestro, which can be pre-ordered through Kickstarter for $50.
The device will will make the 8-bit Nintendo Entertainment System synthesize live chip music by accepting a MIDI input from any instrument. The project will be funded on June 7.