Thanks To A Google Engineer, You Can Now Pluck The NYC Lines Like Guitar Strings

The only type of music we're used to hearing on a subway is the sound of street performers, babies crying, or passengers screaming over rats. But Google engineer Alexander Chen used HTML 5 and a copy of the NYC subway map to create an internet instrument to shake up our underground railway connotations. The crossing trail-lines pluck each other like a delicate, synthesized guitar. The trippiest part? You can twang the "strings" yourself. Yeah, we've been doing it for an hour...(Gizmodo)