Robots as Musicians: Giorgio

That stage animal there, that’s a robot!
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

Musicians perfect their performance with their laptops. Lighting, image and sound are operated during and in between songs. Without the audience being able to see what the performer is doing. Giorgio, the musical robot is coming to the rescue! He ensures that movement on stage steers the laptop. Result: interaction. Between musician and technology and, more importantly, between band and audience.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology

People

Marien Wolthuis
Researchers: Marco Rozendaal, Argun Cencen

Contact

marien [at] marienwolthuis . nl

Musicians perfect their performance with their laptops. Lighting, image and sound are operated during and in between songs. Without the audience being able to see what the performer is doing. Giorgio, the musical robot is coming to the rescue! He ensures that movement on stage steers the laptop. Result: interaction. Between musician and technology and, more importantly, between band and audience.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology

People

Marien Wolthuis
Researchers: Marco Rozendaal, Argun Cencen

Contact

marien [at] marienwolthuis . nl

Robots as Musicians: Giorgio

Musicians perfect their performance with their laptops. Lighting, image and sound are operated during and in between songs. Without the audience being able to see what the performer is doing. Giorgio, the musical robot is coming to the rescue! He ensures that movement on stage steers the laptop. Result: interaction. Between musician and technology and, more importantly, between band and audience.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology

People

Marien Wolthuis
Researchers: Marco Rozendaal, Argun Cencen

Contact

marien [at] marienwolthuis . nl

Musicians perfect their performance with their laptops. Lighting, image and sound are operated during and in between songs. Without the audience being able to see what the performer is doing. Giorgio, the musical robot is coming to the rescue! He ensures that movement on stage steers the laptop. Result: interaction. Between musician and technology and, more importantly, between band and audience.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology

People

Marien Wolthuis
Researchers: Marco Rozendaal, Argun Cencen

Contact

marien [at] marienwolthuis . nl