Showcase highlighting CreaTech Innovation hosted by Creative Manchester and Digital Futures

The event showcasing innovation in applications of creative technologies (CreaTech) in the Greater Manchester Universities Partnership is taking place on 17 May in Salford.

Creative Manchester and Digital Futures are hosting a CreaTech Innovation Showcase on 17 May.

CreaTech is the intersection of creativity meeting technology. It brings together creative skills and emerging technologies to create new ways of engaging audiences and to inspire business growth and investment.

With keynotes from the Creative Director of Future Everything, University of Salford academics and the Data Science team of the BBC the event will showcase outputs from academic projects and academic-industry collaborations in the realm of CreaTech.

During showcase lightning pitches attendees will hear from academics from the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester Metropolitan University, University of Salford, University of Manchester as well as the organisations Manchester Camerata and Imago Software.

Showcase Lightning Pitches include:

  • Measuring audience response: Michelle Phillips, Royal Northern College of Music
  • Bloomin' NFTs: Marsha Courneya, Adam Cooke, Alasdair Swenson, School of Digital Arts at Manchester Metropolitan University
  • We Love Our Parks: Ursula Hurley, University of Salford
  • UnSupervised, the Machine Learning for Music project: Tasos Asonities, University of Manchester
  • Sonifying the Self: Biometric Data as the New Paradigm for Interactive Music Composition: Chris Rhodes, University of Manchester
  • Music in Mind Remote: Bringing Music to Life in Dementia Care: Lizzie Hoskin, Head of Community Manchester Camerata; with Joseph Higgitt, Advina Wu, and Louis Jackson - Imago Software
  • Nested Cinematic Reality: Dr Pavel Prokopic, University of Salford
  • Style3D fashion 3D digitalisation: Charlene Gallery, University of Manchester

Free to attend and open to everyone. Register now.