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Hands-free Jamboxx helps disabled play music, create art

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Over the past five years, the Magic Flute has evolved into the Jamboxx. And while Dave Whalen and a few friends created the hands-free musical instrument with a specific user in mind, they're now looking to attract a much bigger market. Whalen, a Glenville attorney and a quadriplegic, is now hoping to go mainstream with his harmonica-like instrument, which not only allows him to make music but also offers the opportunity to paint and to ...


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