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See how cutting-edge artists and musicians use technology to push their talent and creativity.

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How Hardware-Hacking Musicians Turn Tech into a Symphony
Researchers Make a Micro Monet the Size of a Protozoa
Producing music with computers – Part 4
Kawehi Harnesses Tech, Creates a One-Woman Orchestra
Everyone a 2 in 1 DJ? Yes!
Producing music with computers – Part 3
Light, giant 3D faces and Intel RealSense dazzle SIGNAL 2015
Artists Take Back the Night Sky, One Image at a Time
The Future of Music is VR and Spatial Audio
A 360° 4K Music Video Clip in Five Steps.
Producing music with computers – Part 2
Paris welcomes art on a 2 in 1
Royal Shakespeare Company Reimagines The Tempest
WIFI Art Uncovers Hidden Worlds
Röyksopp and Robyn “Do It Again”
The art of RealSense: Dare you wake Fred Deakin’s alien heads?
Noa Neal, Coppola, film students create 360-degree music video
When computing and dance collide: choreographing a [data]Storm
New Approaches To Making Music
Disney Makes History with Light Show Powered by 300 Intel Drones
Technical Grammy: The Award You’ve Never Heard Of
Cool Tech Projects from the 2016 Grammy Nominees
Forget MP3, DSD and lossless FLAC, vinyl is getting its groove back
Intel Edison and the rise of the new music Maker
What’s new in the world of music streaming
Artists Turn Tracking Data From a Journey Across Spain into a Giant Marble Mandala
Producing music with computers – Part 1
Tattoos: The art of drawing on skin
PonoPlayer: The Future of Music.
Visualizing WiFi Waves
Producing music with computers – Part 5
Van Gogh and the glow-in-the-dark cycle path
Vivid Artworks Made On A Hacked Commodore 64

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