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Thread: Shimon, robotic marimba player, Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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    Shimon, robotic marimba player, Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, USA


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    Human-Robot Jazz Improvisation (Full Performance)

    Uploaded on Apr 22, 2009

    The stage debut of Shimon, the robotic marimba player. Also, the world first human-robot rendition of Duke Jordan's "Jordu", for human piano and robot marimba.

    Programmed and performed by:
    Guy Hoffman

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    ZOOZbeat and Improvising Robot 'Shimon' Jammin'

    Uploaded on Dec 9, 2009

    ZOOZbeat Founder and Chief Technology Officer Dr. Gil Weinberg will jam live from SIGGRAPH Asia 2009 emerging technologies conference in Yokohama, Japan December 16-19, 2009 with Shimon; a perceptual and improvisational autonomous robotic marimba player he created at Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology.

    At SIGGRAPH Asia 2009, musicians and non-musicians will also be ZOOZin' it with Shimon.

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    Shimon - Georgia Tech Improvising Robot - US Science & Engineering Festival

    Uploaded on May 3, 2011

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    N-400: Shimon highlights

    Published on Apr 29, 2012

    A compilation highlighting Shimon, the robotic marimba improvisor, interacting with conductor Andrea Brown and the Georgia Tech Orchestra playing N-400 by Gil Weinberg. Shimon programing: Yoantan Sasson, Sisi Sun and Yanlin Chen

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    Published on Oct 27, 2014

    Some highlights showcasing different functionalities for the Shimon robot

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    Jazz With Robots: The Dance of Jupiter & Venus

    Published on Apr 23, 2015

    At the College’s 24th Annual Awards Ceremony, held April 21, 2015, attendees were treated to a musical performance only possible at Georgia Tech. Shimon, the robotic improvisational jazz musician created by Gil Weinberg of Georgia Tech’s Center for Music Technology, accompanied three graduate students in the performance of “The Dance of Jupiter and Venus.” Shimon’s fellow bandmates included Mason Bretan, a Ph.D. student in music technology, and Deepak Gopinath and Takahikio Tsuchiya, both M.S. students in music technology.

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    Shimon robot and friends demo reel

    Published on Aug 10, 2015

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    Shimon Robot and Friends in Istanbul

    Published on Apr 19, 2016

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