Mozart real time quintet

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Innerhalb eines Fulldomes, blaue Projektionen an der gewölbten Decke | © Christian Schneider
The Mozart-realtime Quintet project offers an audiovisual experience in which the music of W. A. Mozart is realized as a synesthetic, interactive visualization using computer-generated real-time graphics.
Mozart's Clarinet Quintet, KV 581 A project of the
fulldome / VR&AR Lab, University of Applied Arts Vienna Musical realization Students of the University Mozarteum Salzburg  
Mozart's Clarinet Quintet (KV 581) was realized as an interactive fulldome environment with the aim of providing visitors with an active, playful and at the same time creative approach to Mozart's work. With the help of a touch interface, visitors can intervene in the audiovisual composition and change it.
Mozart real time quintet
Insights into the recording of the Clarinet Quintet (Making Of)
Visualization: Marian Essl and Martin Kusch Musical realization: Students of the University Mozarteum Salzburg Programming: Johannes Hucek Sound recording: Sascha Tekale A production of the Fulldome / VR&AR Lab , Department of Digital Arts (Head: Ruth Schnell), University of Applied Arts Vienna in collaboration with the University Mozarteum Salzburg.

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