Interactive Music at CES 2016





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Published on Feb 20, 2016

Opening show for Intel's Keynote at CES 2016. Yago de Quay is featured using RealSense cameras and Curie-enabled wristbands that track hand gestures and location and use that data to control music and visuals. Audience members are invited to use their Curie wristbands to contribute musically to the performance. A project that took 3 months of working with the Intel to develop unique wristbands, gesture algorithms, radio transmission, music, visuals and dance.


Peter Sistrom - Visual Artist
Yago de Quay - Performer
Zackery Wilson - Composer
Reema Bounajem - Dancer/Choreographer
Shoko Fujita - Dancer
Adam Nurre - Drummer
Mitchell Vandenburg - Bassist
Kelsey Vidic: Costume Designer

Many thank to the Name the Machine's Evan Pierre, Chris Legaspi and Fred Carlton; Intel's Lakshman Krishnamurthy, Stephen Xing, Manan Goel, Saurin Shah, Narayan Sundararajan, Tal Ein-Gar; not to mention Shantel Martin and Matt Pinner.

A special thanks to A. R. Rahman for initiating this whole collaboration.


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