Musical Roads in Japan
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Japanese motorists need not waste any more time fiddling with their car radios. A team of engineers has installed "musical roads" in central and northern Japan that play pop music as you drive over them.

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Scientists from the Hokkaido Industrial Research Institute cut grooves into several roads at specific intervals. Just as travelling over road markings can emit a rumbling tone throughout a vehicle, the melody road uses the spaces between grooves to create different notes. Clever spacing of these grooves makes a tune, which lasts for about 30 seconds and is signified by coloured musical notes painted on the road.
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