Hamburg. Until Saturday, visitors to Hamburg can travel through virtual worlds for free and children can compete with robots in drawing.
- The fields of art, music, medicine and technology have been merging together at the Harburg Ligeti Center for about a year
- The result is fantastic worlds that you can now truly immerse yourself in
- The offer at the Central Library in Hühnerposten is aimed at all age groups
ability Voices Heals? How to draw one Robot? What does it actually look like? coloring By Matisse or Dali? People who love to experiment, thirsty for innovation, families, children and curious people of all ages can do this and much more starting Friday, February 9. Central Library in Hühnerposten expertise.
The “Ligety Center” of the inner port of Harburg presents itself there – a new center institutionwhich is entirely dedicated to the topic innovation It is a joint project between the Hamburg University of Music and Theater, the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, the University of Technology Hamburg (TUHH) and the University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE).
A journey through virtual worlds known only through analogues
Through interdisciplinary collaboration between different disciplines, Solutions for Tomorrow's World emerged a few months ago at the Kaisbeischer in the inner harbor of Harburg – the site of the Ligeti Centre. Targeted presentations and campaigns aim to bring research to the center of the community. The first results are now displayed.
What happens when children compete with robots to draw?
It starts on Friday 9 February and Saturday 10 February with an exciting program and plenty of opportunities to get involved. The “Animated Sound Images” project, for example, allows the use of virtual reality glasses to move directly to famous paintings in virtual space and compose music there in an interactive manner.
There's a drawing competition between kids and robots, a listening tour to explore the library, a station for vocal practice, vocal arts and more. The “Healing Soundscapes” project, which aims to improve the acoustic environment in healthcare facilities through musical installations, will also be presented.
Great Moments in the Library: audio tour and musical installations
The program with workshops and interactive stations takes place on Friday and Saturday on the main deck of the Central Library. You can register for the available music therapy workshops, listening walk, and music with children workshop via the website Book hall home page take place.
After the days of events, there will be an opportunity to view an exhibition featuring a selection of works from the Ligeti Center until Wednesday, February 28. It can be viewed in the historic hallway during regular Central Library hours.
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