Kelly Snook

Kelly Snook

Scientific researcher, Co.creator of Mi.Mu Gloves

After earning her Ph.D. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering at Stanford University and working for 19 years as a NASA Research Scientist, Kelly Snook decided to dedicate full time to her passion: music.   Currently, Kelly is Professor of Media Arts Technology at the University of Brighton and a musical producer in her own music studio ‘It’s Not Rocket Science Studios’. Her university research lies at the intersection of music and science in a new field, called "Investigative Music."  This work centers on the development of the Kepler Concordia, a new musical instrument for scientific exploration based on the work of astronomer Johannes Kepler. Additionally, she Works in the Music Technology field as part of a small team of engineers, scientists, and artists who have created the mi.mu gloves, a wearable technology that allows artists to create and perform music and visuals through body movement. Follow the project: @mimu_gloves Follow her: @kellysnook More info: www.mimugloves.com  

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2017-09-11 60 minutos

Wearables for scientific and cultural expansion

Kelly Snook

Scientific researcher, Co.creator of Mi.Mu Gloves