This glowing mask made by a group based in Montreal changes patterns and pulses to the beat. Continue reading →
The dominance of vinyl records is long past, but there was a time when the shiny black discs held everyone's favorite tunes. It took a lot of trial and error before music could be stored on the opaque medium and people could spin their hits.
Even when you use your cool stereo or your gigantic HDTV, does the sound ever come across a bit, well, flat? How do we put the "real" in sound? Enter 3D audio.
The Sea Organ uses the Adriatic Sea to play a beautiful symphony of sound.
Sonic art installation features fully functional musical devices inspired by classical design and nature.
By moving a mouse, joystick or other controller, a player is able to morph the look, sound and feel of 15 otherworldly worlds. Continue reading →
3Dvarius used 3-D printing technology to print a violin from photo reactive resin.
Google has teamed up with five leading orchestras in a new initiative called Classical Live.
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