TED talk features software I’ve written

My PhD supervisor Beau Lotto recently did a TED talk in Oxford, which features two  applications I have written.

First is a live video to sound perceptual substitution program, followed by an application that uses an image as a score for a virtual 32-piece classical orchestra. Both are featured from 12:20 onwards, but of course the whole talk is a very interesting watch!

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