identifies and assesses emerging technical issues, innovations and tools which can improve the ‘digital encounter’ and help establish the main technical ‘pipelines’ for Virtual Museums different, adapted ways to bridge the physical and the digital world depending on the user location.

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WORKING GROUP 2.1 – TECH AND TOOLS

WORKING GROUP 2.2 – MEANINGFUL CONTENT VS THE REAL WORLD

WORKING GROUP 2.3 – FUTURE IN MIND

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Worlds Largest Earth Day Event Will Use VR & AR To Empower People

Immersive storytelling will have you looking at environmental issues in an impactful new way. 2019 will be an important year for Earth Day. Climate change, ocean pollution, and animal extinction are rising at a rapid pace. Planet Earth is in big trouble, and it needs powerful and innovative ways to spread environmental awareness to educate […]

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VR Film Places Audience Into A Shared Immersive Experience

An experimental new VR film experience entitled CAVE will debut later this month during the Tribeca Film Festival, immersing an entire audience into a captivating virtual experience.

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Record label contracts algorithm for the first time

Algorithm Endel ‘signed’ a major label contract. Is Artificial Intelligence the future of music? The app Endel, developed by a Berlin based team of artists, developers and scientists, creates automatically music that fits our mood, but unlike its human counterparts it won’t cause scandals for excessive drinking of alcohol, use of drugs or sexual harassment. […]

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Is it AI or a Circus Automaton? Alter 3 conducted “Scary Beauty“, a German debut performance with the Japanese Philharmonic Düsseldorf and Keiichiro Shibuya (piano)

Image credit: Monika Ritterhaus, tanzhaus nrw Here comes another example of humanoid robotics: Alter 3. Jointly developed by laboratories studying artificial life at Osaka University and the University of Tokyo, Alter is powered by a neural network. Uniquely, the robot decides to move on its own, waving its arms, fingers, the upper torso, and its […]

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Is it AI or a Circus Automaton? Sophia, the world hottest robot at the Meta Marathon in Düsseldorf (Germany)

Image credits: Seer, Emotions © Takayuki Todo Live, love, party, and work with robots from March 15 to March 17, 2019, the META MARATHON 2019 was dedicated to the subject of robotics. Not only could visitors participate in workshops, talks, and performances, they could also share their living space with robots, including the opportunity to spend […]

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