By integrating art and technology in new ways, current ATs have already created products we could never image before. In this section, we have collected just a few selected examples that we found inspirational and illustrative of the transformational potential of integrating art and technology. These “AT products” include both specific “art objects” created for an audience and “tools” that can enable artists to create novel art objects – and sometime even a combination of the two!
All these “AT Products” have been “tagged” with respect to artistic domain and technology used, as well as type of product. If you click on the right side on the features you are most interested in, you can “filter” AT products with only those characteristics. Or, you can sort the list alphabetically by product title or creator(s)’ last name, or by year, or by putting key words in the search function.
This improvisational performance features an AI driven music system, MASOM, and a human performer. The AI system was trained on a 30 minute experimental music recording.
AICAN is the first and only AI artist trained on 100,000 of the greatest works in art history. Created by Dr. Ahmed Elgammal, AICAN (AI Creative Adversarial Network) is the first machine generated artist to pass the Turing test.
An AI powered Doodle that has users create a couple measures of a melody and then machine learning harmonizes the melody in the style of Bach.
Can you teach a robot to pain like a child? Using AI to deconstruct his own artistic process and teaching it to painting robots is the attempt at a better understanding of the artist.
Museum installation, consisting of sets of “robotic flowers” that interact with the public. Operated by AI, it represents a form of “group intelligence”.
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Make music with Holly Herndon’s voice. A program that uses deep neural networks to generate a raw file of an individual’s voice. It falls within the field of voice generation.
In collaboration with engineers, this artist created gloves that can control audio effects in real time through movements and thus become an integral part of her performances.
A robotics company that makes robots for play, music, and research. Your next pet is a robot.
This multi-sensory installation uses tactile vibrations and short snippets of text to conjure over 100 sensations, ranging from the familiar to the fantastic: a bag of microwave popcorn, falling backward into a tub of jello, riding a seesaw alone, making love to a snail on a bicycle seat, a bouncy ball on pavement.
It is a revolutionary music production tool, the ultimate hybrid drum set up, and an electronic drum kit all in one.
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Table Top Opera is a chamber ensemble focused on multimedia projects.
A unique Virtual Reality experience for the blind, allowing them to ‘see’ world’s most iconic masterpieces – not with a headset, but with a pair of gloves.
At Coachella 2012, Snoop Dogg wanted to perform live with Tupac (who by then was dead), so his team helped him create a hologram of Tupac that would performed alongside with him, using AI and AR.