A few places you can play a hydraulophone

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The joy of music in your attraction

Turn any water park, splash pad, museum, and science centre into a multimedia play area that is fun and educational. Our hydraulophones are easy to play and have sufficient tonal range to play most children’s songs and popular melodies.

The instrument can be operated on a stand, mounted to the ground, or as a portable instrument.
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Patented US7,551,161, CA2499784, CA2764839 issued, and numerous others pending.

Redefining architectural design

Hydraulophones are transforming the way we see and interact with our environment. Whether it's an interactive sculpture, scientific exhibit, or public play area, we work with you to design a custom-made hydraulophone that fits.

Click below to read about the custom architectural installation at the Ontario Science Centre.
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Patented US7,551,161, CA2499784, CA2764839 issued, and numerous others pending.

Revolutionizing the art of music

The hydraulophone has been heard in concert halls around the world including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City and other major venues in Las Vegas, San Francisco, Copenhagen, and Montreal.

The instrument provides the unique capability of polyphonic embouchure, where a player can dynamically "sculpt" each note by the shape and position of each finger on the water jets. The allows the "hydraulist" a great deal of expressivity that is not found in other instruments.
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Enhancing lives with water

Our hydraulophones are designed for therapeutic applications at home and in your studio. Music therapists use our hydraulophones to supplement their practice and to improve their clients' lives with the soothing elements of water and music.

Find out how we can help you bring your practice to the next level.
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Patented US7,551,161, CA2499784, CA2764839 issued, and numerous others pending.

Learning with water

Kids learn best when they are engaged, and kids love to play with water! Hydraulophones are easy to play and are excellent teaching instruments for schools and music studios.

Contact us to find out how we can help you bring your classroom experience to the next level.
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Patented US7,551,161, CA2499784, CA2764839 issued, and numerous others pending.

The world's largest hydraulophone is installed outside the Ontario Science Centre as its artistic centrepiece. It was selected from among more than 200 proposals from around the world for this project and draws in crowds year-round.

Listen to some of our hydraulophones being played.

See hydraulophones in performance, in waterparks, playgrounds, museums, and science centres. We create one-of-a-kind experiences for any setting.

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Say hello to the management team


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Ryan Janzen

Chief Technology Officer

Ryan is an inventor, composer, and performer who has jumped into international spotlight for his scientific and artistic innovations. His work in extramissive optics, swarm modulation, and intra-aircraft PLC has spawned entirely new fields of research. As a composer and multi-instrumentalist, his works have been performed around the world including major concert venues in New York, Las Vegas, and Shanghai.

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Steve Mann

Inventor & Chief Scientist

Regarded by many as the “Father of Wearable Computing”, Steve is the inventor of the hydraulophone and numerous other technologies which have made Toronto the epicenter of wearable computing. He is Chief Scientist of Meta, a California-based AR company, and Chief Scientist of the Creative Destruction Lab. Steve received his PhD from MIT and is now a tenured professor at the University of Toronto.

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Ken Yang

Chief Executive Officer

Ken is an award-winning concert pianist hailing from the land of corporate law, where he specialized in corporate governance and shareholder activism at TSX issuers. He is a National Champion at the Canadian Music Competitions and has performed in major concert venues around the world. Ken is an alumnus of the Creative Destruction Lab and holds a JD/MBA from the University of Toronto.