What are the opportunity costs of our digital addiction? Last Sunday, at a Keith Jarrett piano concert in Carnegie Hall, a magical musical moment is ruined by something very ordinary. "When people take whatever they take home with them, it's meaningless," the jazz great later explains, "BUT IT SCREWS WITH US."
Google and the YouTube Orchestra got a lot of attention for Wednesday night’s performance at Carnegie Hall, but one of the stealth stars of the evening was the San Francisco-based multi-media design firm Obscura Digital. Check out these exclusive videos showing Obscura's wild projections that lit up Stern auditorium:
Last night, Google and YouTube presented the premiere of the YouTube Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall, a collaborative online effort featuring 96 classical musicians from around the world and chosen from among thousands of applicants via YouTube submissions.