Part five of the seven part series:
Music and technology have been intricately connected for some time now. We can listen to our music from technology devices, we manage our music through software and music can be created with technology and applications, rather than instruments.
People still gather to experience music at clubs and concerts. But today, the roar of the crowd, is the only way performers can know if the experience is good. Technology can change that and we can collect the human reactions to music with software and wearable devices. What could these performers learn from that data and what is the greater good?
Rana June, Founder of Lightwave, talks in the fifth video of the Invent Tomorrow series about the way software and technology are creating big data and are “rewriting” entertainment—from a creativity standpoint to musical production to performances and the guest experience.
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