Drawing on the system provided by Yamaha, Moriyama gave a brilliant performance with synchronized beautiful piano sound.
Moreover, the performance was accompanied by other leading players, the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Scharoun Ensemble.
Yamaha teamed up with world-renowned dancer Kaiji Moriyama to test their newest A.I technology.
They attached four kinds of body sensors to Kaiji, which converted his movements into a melody.
Kaiji performed alongside an orchestra which illustrates how future technology can link multiple artistic expressions to create beautiful art forms.
Yamaha believes this performance represents steady progress in the pursuit of new forms of artistic expression and will continue to develop this technology to further expand the possibilities for human expression.
Many people have shown their comment on this amazing piano performance.
“It’s like a commercial for video games. A controller that makes you move and work out at the same time. But it’s still interesting. Imagine making songs just from dancing.”
“Even though I don’t like the music, the dance is amazing”
“The music is just like the random notes on the piano, but the dance is on the different level”
Source video: In the know
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