Sep 20, 2012


backstage at the ignobels, a suitcase is re-filled with appealingly goofy frog-shaped pitch/volume instruments. from japan, of course. "kaeru" (カエル) is japanese for frog, "kero" is the sound japanese frogs make (thx mako), and of course you know of the theremin

1 comment:

Benjamin Mako Hill said...

The name comes from "kero" is the onomatopoeia for a frog noise -- i.e., Japanese for "ribbet".