Austin’s KMFA radio features Google Glass “Pygmalion”

KMFA’s Judlyne Gibson interviews Eric Einhorn after OSO’s “Pygmalion” performance featuring Google Glass supertitles.
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The Verge on OSO’s use Google Glass supertitles!

In 1983, at a showing of Strauss’ Elektra, the Canadian Opera Company changed opera forever. It introduced a concept that its creator termed surtitles, which projected translated lyrics alongside the performers. It allowed viewers to read the dialogue as they heard it sung in German, rather than having to read the
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Google Glass for 18th-Century Opera

by Mark Schubin June 22, 2014   Augmented / Virtual Reality – Almost 100 years ago, on June 16, 1916, thousands of fans stormed Robison Field, home of the St. Louis Cardinals. But they weren’t baseball fans. They were opera fans, upset that they couldn’t hear the sound of the
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NY Times: Opera Glasses, Google Edition

By Allan Kozinn, May 16, 2014 Opera companies, particularly small experimental ones, have been toying in recent years with immersive performances, in which audiences and performers move through different spaces. Often, these have been new works in English, but for companies interested in reimagining the classic canon, one question regularly
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