These are the new toys licensed by Blue Man Group (and developed by ToyQuest). They'll be launching in July with a big TV ad campaign in the run up to Christmas. The keyboard is $79.99, the percussion tubes are $69.99. I don't yet have pictures of the intriguingly named 'Drum Suit' and 'Air Pole'. All the instruments use "new proximity sensor technology, pre-programmed songs[and] interchangeable instrument sounds" to "enable kids to mix and layer music with a simple wave of their hands." Entertainment Weekly played with them at Toy Fair: "While the keyboard is interesting, it's the motion-sensor instrument that responds when you wave your hand over the tubes that floored me. But the best part? The ability to hook your iPod up to them and mix over your favorite songs.".
It's hard not to love the design combo of PVC tube, G5 mac and Fisher-Price buttons, but I really can't wait to see what the circuit benders do with this stuff. (Thanks, Steve in LA)