FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
JANUARY 5, 2023
BYTE with LuminAl
Roswell, GA (January 5, 2023) Today Computer Museum of America (CMoA) has sealed the deal with the Georgia Institute of Technology to bring LumninAl to CMoA’s fundraiser, BYTE: An Evening of Cuisine, Cocktails, and Computers on March 9, 2023.
LuminAl is an interactive art installation that allows participants to improvise movements with an AI dance partner. The scene is then projected onto a screen. The virtual agent segments the users’ motions into gestures, then it uses these gestures to create its own movements.
LuminAI has been showcased in only a few places including the Smithsonian and the ArtScience Museum in Singapore.
On March 9, at CMoA’s BYTE, there will be a demonstration featuring dancers from Kennesaw State University. Following the performance, guests are invited to engage the agents in their very own dance routine.
The LuminAI exhibit will be open at CMoA from March 10-12 to museum visitors making the experience more accessible to the greater community.
It is an honor to have Georgia Tech’s LuminAI installation demonstrated at Computer Museum of America and we hope that you will join us to dance either at our BYTE Fundraiser on March 9 or any time during open hours between March 10-12.
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About Georgia Institute of Technology
The Georgia Institute of Technology, or Georgia Tech, is one of the top public research universities in the U.S., developing leaders who advance technology and improve the human condition.
The Institute offers business, computing, design, engineering, liberal arts, and sciences degrees. Its more than 46,000 students, representing 50 states and more than 150 countries, study at the main campus in Atlanta, at campuses in France and China, and through distance and online learning.
As a leading technological university, Georgia Tech is an engine of economic development for Georgia, the Southeast, and the nation, conducting more than $1 billion in research annually for government, industry, and society.
About the Computer Museum of America
CMoA has worked with educational institutions, museums, and film companies with technology-related exhibits and artifacts including the Georgia Institute of Technology and the Smithsonian Institution and is committed to the preservation of computing devices, documents, and technology in order to exhibit, educate, and encourage future innovation. The museum is currently open to the public Thursday through Sunday and is located at 5000 Commerce Parkway in Roswell, GA. Additionally, the vast 44,000 square foot space is available for private events of all types. For more information, visit ComputerMuseumOfAmerica.org.