Cornell conductor and Google Glass begin a new movement of orchestra

Cornell conductor and Google Glass begin a new movement of orchestra

Classical music doesn’t have a need for modern technology. Instruments have been built for centuries, scores print just fine on paper, and concert seating gives patrons a good enough perspective on the orchestra as it is. But while classical music may not need technology, Cynthia Turner, a conductor and a professor at Cornell, is trying to turn many of those assumptions on their head using Google Glass. “It could be a game changer for anyone who needs two hands to do something,” Turner told reporters on Friday.

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Cornell conductor and Google Glass begin a new movement of orchestra

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