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Yamaha developed an AI system that translates a dancer’s motion into music

Yamaha Corporation has created an AI-powered system that uses sensors to capture the movements of a dancer's body and translate them into piano keystrokes. This new system was showcased at a concert that took place in the Tokyo University of the Arts, featuring the famous dancer, Kaiji Moriyama, accompanied by the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Scharoun Ensemble. Read more.
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