At an Algorave (https://algorave.com), performers create algorithmic music and visuals by programming them live on stage. The code, written using free and open-source software that anyone can try, is projected for audience members to follow. Ideally, people dance.
This will be the first Algorave held in New England, and we're excited to bring the Algobabez to Worcester to perform, straight from what is sure to be a knockout performance at SXSW.
This is a free, all-ages show, and open to the public.
Blind Elephants (https://blindelephants.co)
Charlie Roberts (http://charlie-roberts.com)
Live coded visuals by:
Gillian Smith (http://sokath.com)
This show is generously sponsored by the Computer Science Department and the Interactive Media and Game Development Program at WPI. Audiovisual support generously provided by Red Van Productions, LLC (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Disclaimer: The Worcester PopUp is a creative co-working space of the Worcester Cultural Coalition in partnership with The Barr Foundation. This event is not sponsored by, nor does it necessarily reflect the views of the Worcester Cultural Coalition.