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The CultureTech Blog is a place for minds curious about innovation, wild combinations, and the digital future of the cultural sector.
Studio: experiments, thoughts and crazy ideas
In a near future, instruments will have the potential to be expressive, complex and intuitive in ways previously experienced only through traditional acoustic instruments.
Sometimes a visualisation can highlight the intricacies of parts of the music that you might not have noticed otherwise. With classical music specifically, an art form that is perhaps easier to appreciate once you have more insight into it, one can gain a lot from a visualisation.
“When I started this article, I had no idea that it would lead to an existential crisis.” — Sarah Rainbow, production wizard at Amphio, investigates the complicated relationship between AI and art.
As The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time reaches its final three months on the West End, now is an excellent time to have a look at projection mapping in the arts. Here’s our list of the top creators in the space.
Spotlight: in-depth showcases of our work
Our Media Editor Greg writes about his experience at the Science Museum’s hackathon and winning the ‘Creative Prize’ for the innovative use of their API.
Read how we developed the Amphio Player to create a more interactive video experience across mobile, web and TV platforms.
Read the story of how we transformed Steve Reich’s ground-breaking piece Clapping Music into an addictive music game appreciated by users across the world.
What happens if you apply slow motion software to the music of Beethoven instead of three minute pop song? We did some investigation...