MIT Media Lab Marlon Fuentes

VirtuosoXR! Rhythm Learning App made at MIT Reality Hack

VirtuosoXR is a music education platform that uses spatial computing and ethnomusicological methods for learning context and performance. Performing music is one the greatest joys in the world, but many people do not have access to great musical education or encounter a frustrating learning process that leads them to eventually give up. By augmenting makeshift […]

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Making a Spark AR Filter for Pediatric Healthcare Awareness

The use of masks and disguises for entertainment and identity is not new. In fact, some of the oldest relics of self expression date back 9,000 years ago. Fast forward to the spatial computing age where we have augmented reality filters through platforms like Instagram and Snapchat, and you begin to see that this impulse […]

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Salsa, Reggaeton, Cumbia in VR? Latinx vibes hit Oculus Launchpad 2018

Music is the universal language. An abstract, yet visceral phenomenon of human creation we’ll never be without. For my project at Oculus Launchpad this year, I’ll be working with some amazing musicians, muralists, 3D modelers, and creative technologists to explore identity and develop fun ways to learn and experience some of the heaviest beats in […]

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