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Ars Electronica 2017: Tagtool For iOS & Android

Tom from SYNTH ANATOMY was at the Ars Electronica Festival in Austria, where he got a first look at Tagtool. This interactive art app will be arriving on iOS this weekend, and there is even an Android version.

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Last week I was in Linz for two days at the ARS Electronica, a festival for scientist and technologist intended as "a setting for experimentation, evaluation and reinventation". At the festival, I visited the guys of Omai who presented me Tagtool, a new iOS and Android app which allows artists to create live visuals. Clever is the interaction feature over Wifi which allows to collaborate with other artists during a live performance, especially great for musicians.

The app will be published for iOS on 16th of September as a free app (basic version) but you can upgrade to the Pro version (advanced features) for 8.99$ / 9.99€.

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Reader Comments 4

Thanks Tim for sharing :)
September 11, 2017  | person_outline Tom
Naturally! This was quite cool! Was there anything else app related at the festival?
I have a video about a research program from Microsoft where they develop golden Tattoos/Stickers which can send MIDI data to any device. It's very early research but a cool concept. Will upload this in a later moment. Beside this, I have made some video interviews with developers of strange Synthesizers (one powered by blood, one with human cells, ...) ;)
September 11, 2017  | person_outline Tom
Wow! Vampire synths and MIDI tats, I'm looking forward to it!

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