Who needed time outdoors? Who needs skin cancer? Musician and sound engineer Julian Corrie has gone ahead and wired up an old SEGA Mega Drive, Commodore 64, floppy disk drives and hard drives through a Music Instrumental Digital Interface — basically a really smart soundboard — composing an ode to those never-forgotten sunny afternoons spent inside with the lights off. It's called "Polybius," named after the arcade game from urban legend that supposedly caused players to pretty much go psycho-wild and have serial panic attacks/violent outbursts. His parents — like yours — might've also freaked out about frying his brain while six-inches from the screen, but this kid's sweet, sweet symphony to those epic six-hour runs on Sonic the Hedgehog just might be worth the social ineptitude.
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