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T-mobile unleashes the Chatroulette piano guy

T-Mobile have come up with a new camapaign where it has hooked up with Merton, better known as the chatroulette piano guy. Merton rose to fame on chatroulette the video chat site, by composing improvisational songs on his piano about the people he encountered there. The T-mobile campaign is based in Gatwick airport and features Merton playing improvised personalised songs for people leaving the airport. Looking forward to seeing more of it.

Chatroulette is a website that pairs together random strangers from around the world, together for webcam-based conversations. Chatroulette was created Andrey Ternovskiy, a 17-year-old high school student in Moscow, Russia. He created the first version in only two days and claims the name was inspired by the film the Deer Hunter where prisoners were forced to play Russian roulette.

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