“Future and the Arts: AI, Robotics, Cities, Life – How Humanity Will Live Tomorrow” showcases over 100 projects/works. The exhibition aims to encourage people to contemplate cities, environmental issues, human lifestyles and the likely state of human beings as well as human society, all in the imminent future, via the influence of cutting-edge developments in science and technology including AI, biotechnology, and robotics, plus art, design, and architecture. Media and guests are welcome to visit the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo (53F, Roppongi Hills Mori Tower) from November 19, 2019 to March 29, 2020 to experience the beauty of Delta’s 8K projection technology and future arts. For more information, please visit: https://www.mori.art.museum/en/exhibitions/future_art/index.html
Mori Art Museum’s “Future and the Arts” exhibition features more than 100 works by artists from all over the world. Among them, the artist Mr. Memo Akten focuses on integrating AI into the creation of his art, using AI deep learning in the artistic expression of abstract human concepts such as “life”, “love”, “loyalty”, “truth”, and “beauty”. Based on this learning, the AI automatically generates images and creates his hour-long “Deep Meditation” audio-visual works. Debuted at the “Future and the Arts” exhibition, this creative work applies the 25,000 lumens DLP® 8K projector Digital Projection INSIGHT Laser 8K co-developed by Delta and Digital Projection International Ltd, an associate company of Delta, with a high resolution of 33 million pixels that projects onto a 280-inch large screen. This striking combination of 8K and AI advanced technology readily captures the attention and the imagination of museum visitors.
Source: Press Media Release