jan 30, 2007 - Violinist at the Metro Experiment
This test placed a grammy winning musician who sold out a show the previous night in a metro station playing an intricate piece. This was a test of perception to see if people would really notice him or if he would just be another person playing. This was actually pretty interesting because no one really noticed or cared, but the night before he sold out a local theatre with tickets costing over $100.
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