A symphony orchestra in your home with NoMadPlay

Nomad Music, a startup, will attend VivaTech on the 26 May to present its app, NoMadPlay.

NoMadPlay is a platform for sharing and discovering music. The app allows you to sit in the seat of any of the musicians of the orchestra with an augmented reality feature.
The user can play along with the finest musicians of the orchestra from their own home. The immersive experience is based on a professional level of spatialisation. Watch the notes fly across the page as you play. NoMadPlay already has around forty classical and jazz names to its list.

 

 

The test phase will be launched in June, but you can sign up now on the website to take part. The app has already won awards including the Grand Prize for Innovation from the City of Paris in the Creative Industry category.

 

 

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