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MonacoTech, Monaco Telecom and the Festival Printemps des Arts joined forces on Tuesday, February 13, to offer a conference on IanniX software and an electroacoustic concert in the premises of the “startup program”.
Intended for digital creation, this highly innovative project, mixing new technologies and electronics, was presented to interested startups.
Inspired by the work of Iannis Xenakis and designed by Thierry Coduys and Guillaume Jacquemin, this open-source graphic sequencer makes it possible to generate, manipulate and interpret scores for digital art. Easy to use, it draws and spatialises sounds and controls light, video and, more broadly, all artistic media.
As part of the next Spring Arts Festival, workshops will be held in March for artists, students, amateurs and anyone interested in new technologies. Some projects may be selected to be produced as part of the 2019 festival.
The government has further relaxed Covid-related restrictions in the Principality, a move that is being welcomed by restaurants and bars who are keen to boost clientele.
This year's winners of the Monaco Solar and Energy Boat Challenge have been crowned, with some truly innovative young teams stepping up to the plate.
We speak to Max Studennikoff, CEO and Founder of the CC Forum, on bringing together a selected group of HNWIs to discuss the most pressing issues facing our planet.
Enormous progress is being made in Cambodia’s first Marine Protected Area on the Koh Rong Archipelago, a project backed by the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation.