Now this is the sort of creative, think-outside-the-box that Apple cherishes:
A collective of artists and composers, working under the auspices of the Environmental Ministry of Japan, wired twenty-five iPads together to make a huge, interactive touch screen installation. Each iPad can dymanically alter the underlying visuals and music, so visitors to the installation can randomly (and creatively) tweak what’s displayed — the trick (and the goal of the project) is to get all the elements BACK into sync.
Intrigued? This video gives a more nuts-and-bolts overview of the project: