Ok, so I don't get it. What is Pianoply?
Pianoply is a soon to be launched, free website that uses your digital piano. You can use a cheap MIDI controller keyboard for less than $50, or you can spend thousands on something fancy from Yamaha, Roland, Kawai, Hammond, Dave Smith Instruments, or others. We recommend low to middle ground as a starting point. For simplicity, we call all of these things with black and white keys "pianos." (The old-school pianos shown on this page won't really work, since they don't speak MIDI. But hey, they are pretty. And colorful.
Pianoply can be considered a bit of each of:
an instructional app
an entertainment site
Pianoply uses a bunch of bleeding edge web browser features -- such as utilizing a digital MIDI piano as input, being able to synthesize complex sounds, as well as some graphics tricks involving "perspective transforms" and animating them smoothly -- and we get to pull out all the stops to make it cool to look at and unlike most things you've seen running in web browsers.
Can you show me a demo? Or a video?
Well, maybe. If you email me at email@example.com, I'll let you in the beta. But it isn't completely public yet.
These color-shifting pianos are tripping me out. How'd you do that?
When is Pianoply launching publicly?
Soon. Maybe in a few weeks? Join the beta, and I can tell you more.
Did you seriously buy your domain from Libya? Libya???!