BINCI partners Antenna International and Voodoopop have delivered a speech on the potential of immersive audio and its capabilities for augmenting a museum’s reality at the London edition of REMIX Summits, hosted on January 18th and 19th at the Almeida Theatre.
During the presentation, titled as “Diving into Immersive Audio”, partners fascinated the public with the attractive possibilities that binaural audio can bring to the creative and cultural institutions, and gave advice on how to do immersive audio right and ensure that the listener really believes what they are hearing and experiencing. In addition, BINCI project was presented to the audience, highlighting the demonstrations of the project’s integrated software and hardware solution partners will carry out in the next months with more than 500 visitors of three different emblematic cultural sites.
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At the Summit, BINCI partners also had time to explore networking opportunities with interested stakeholders and get inspiration from other creative leaders working in the cultural and creative sector.
Besides Voodoopop and Antenna International’s speech, REMIX London 2017 Summit featured talks from Michael Eavis, Creator of the Glastonbury Festival, Dan Snow, Historian, Presenter and Founder of History Hit, Maria Balshaw, Director of Tate Museum, Luke Johnson, Entrepreneur, Author & Former Chair of Channel 4, Yasha Young, Director & Curator of Urban Nation (Berlin) or Sir Tim Smit, Executive Vice-Chair and Co-Founder of Eden Project.
REMIX is the Global Summit for Culture, Technology and Entrepreneurship exploring the big ideas shaping the future of the creative and cultural industries. REMIX brings together pioneers from different industries to explore the future of culture, creative cities and the creative economy, organizing several forums where leaders can exchange insights, ideas and work together towards common goals. Summits take place four times a year in London, New York, Dubai and Sydney with new locations being added all the time.