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Published on May 7, 2012
Six universities -- including Carnegie Mellon University - represented the United States and the United Kingdom in a first-of-its-kind laptop orchestra performance on April 16, 2012. Software created by students at CMU made it possible to connect the six orchestras over the Internet. Roger Dannenberg, CMU associate research professor of computer science, music and art, conducted the orchestra in real time using high quality audio and video links.
The performance by this Federation of Laptop Orchestras (FLO) premiered as part of the Symposium on Laptop Ensembles and Orchestras held at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge.
FLO included live performances by laptop orchestras in Baton Rouge and at CMU, Stanford University, Texas A&M University, the University of Colorado, and Queen's University in Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK.