Giorgio flew to Braga, Portugal, to attend ARTECH 2019, the ninth international conference on digital and interactive art, to present the paper Deep music on air, written together with our Software Development Manager Guglielmo Cassinelli, and Massimiliano Zanoni and Michele Buccoli from Politecnico di Milano.
The artwork is our contribute to this investigation by exploiting immersive audio-video performance in the aerial space, Aerial Media Art (AMA). Deep music on air is a performance that aims to provide a N-dimensional visualization of music, through the motion, rotation and lighting of our swarm of drones.
We employ Deep Neural Networks trained to listen to a music piece, and we connect abstract generated knowledge to the immersive light performance on air provided by the swarm of drones.
Here you can read the complete paper.