This week in PopTech: Maths and music
Friday, July 29, 2011 UTC|
There's always something brewing in the PopTech community. From the world-changing people, projects and ideas in our network, a handful of this week's highlights follows.
- Congratulations to Sean Gourley (2010 Science Fellow) for securing $10 million dollars in funding for his company Quid. Seems as though those weekend projects are paying off!
- Confirmed PopTech 2011 performers The David Wax Museum performed at Madison Square Park for a picnic perfect performance this past Wednesday.
- Last week WiredUK released a podcast featuring a conversation with Imogen Heap (PopTech 2008, PopTech 2010) which explores the future of technology in music.
- Jad Abumrad (PopTech 2010) and his radio show RadioLab are giving away "Optimist," a gorgeous track from electronic cellist Zoe Keating (PopTech 2007, PopTech 2009) - for free!
- OK Go (PopTech 2010) and Pilobolus choreographers and dancers collaborated on the brand new music video "All Is Not Lost." Not only is the video itself delightful, but it can also be experienced through an interactive site, which is, by the way, how we created this blog post's image!
Image: All Is Not Lost
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