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October 7, 2013 AT 2:00 am

The Computer Orchestra

“Could a symphony orchestra keep it together without the guy in the penguin suit waving his hands around in front of them?” via wired.com:

Computer Orchestra is a crowdsourcing platform that allows users to create and conduct their own orchestra. They can choose to upload their own music or download samples to integrate into their formation. With a simple interface, they assign the chosen samples to each post. They can also arrange detection zones, that allow them to order the “musicians” to play, using various gestures. Once their orchestra is configured, they can direct it with the movements of their body.

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