Deaf artist creates visual music to promote inclusion
A deaf musician Myles de Bastion from the United States has developed technology that allows sound to be experienced as light and vibration.
Bastion is creating a universal system to make beautiful visual music so that people like him can experience live concerts.
The system makes a record of notes, chords and other musical elements to LED lights. It then creates a display that tracks the music in real time.
Early forms of his system have been introduced at music festivals held in a few places in the US.
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