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Co-created Live Art & Musical Experience for Everyone


Small, intimate concerts are the new trend of the 21-century music scene. Concert goers constantly seek exclusive experiences in an intimate setting. Musicians get to take a break from the bar scene and experiment, interact, and explore new ideas with their audience. Local music communities get to support local musicians, discover new musical talents, and experiment with new venues. These small, intimate concerts present themselves as perfect opportunities to experiment with new artistic fronts as both musicians and audience have a particular appetite for: surprise, interaction, and unique experiences.

The A-LIVE! Platform is built to augment the intimate concert experience by incorporating sounds and motion from artists and audience inviting everyone to co-create a one-of-a-kind, not replicable, live visual and sound art piece. The system will:


  • Reinforce the story that musicians look to tell and provide visible feedback from the audience

  • Allow everyone to take part in the co-creation of art and music experiences

  • Provide an inclusive experience for differently-abled people


Project Type / 

MIT Hacking Arts 2018


Role / 

User Experience Design

Visual Design​

Team / 

Kamin Phakdurong

Jasmine Qin

Dipo Doherty

Year / 


User Inputs

The project is developed by Unity with three inputs:​​

MIDI Controller

To connect the musical instrument to the computer, playing around with the colors and numbers of the balls according to the melody.

Leap Motion

Kinect Sensor

To capture the performer’s gesture, controlling the speed and angle of the visual effect.

To captures the clapping from audiences, adding colorful smog and lightning to the visual art.



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Artistic Fingerprint

At the end of the show, people can take a piece of the unique artistic fingerprint of the live musical journey they just co-created in digital or physical formats, empowering musicians as they take the memory with them.​

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