The first musical instrument I played was the harmonica. I hated it because I did not get a good grade from my music teacher and besides, I got a mouthful of blisters from practicing. Then I tried to learn guitar because I told myself it would improve my concentration and it would be pretty cool to be able to play an instrument in college. Of course, I failed again and consoled myself with the fact that not everyone has the talent to play an instrument, even though some people like me really like music.
I still think it was the right decision to give up learning an instrument, although I feel envious every time I see someone playing an instrument right in front of me. What if I could participate in music composition without being able to play an instrument? I guess I am not the only one who has asked and still asks this question.
RIMA, short for Robotic Instrumental Music for All, an AI concert system I recently came across, might be the answer to this question that has been on my mind for a long time.
In the RIMA system, Instruments such as pianos, drums, guitars, and devices such as video kiosks and smart devices interact to create a concert without players. Even those who have no musical skills or cannot play an instrument can participate in the concert.
Music is of great benefit to society, a universal means of communication that can overcome the language barrier between different peoples. It also helps bring people together and has the unique ability to represent a culture as a whole. RIMA allows people to communicate with each other through music and connect with everyone in the world by sharing their music.
RIMA’s robotics is a specially developed technology that allows AI to independently play the piano, drums, guitar and other instruments. Thanks to this technology, the RIMA band is able to play anytime, anywhere without a musician. RIMA also has the Music Internet of Things to learn and analyze any music in the world and even collect data to play the same song in many different ways to express different vibes and styles. Even songs that are already known and loved can be played in a new way with RIMA to give everyone a totally fresh experience.
The best thing about RIMA Global, in my opinion, is the fact that you can participate in the concert without being physically present. As long as you have access to the Internet, you can use RIMA to send and play any music with 5G technology. You can share your story and music from anywhere you are online so that it can be played live on the concert stage.
All in all, RIMA is an AI concert system that uses robotic technology to enable anyone, especially people with no musical training, to create and enjoy music. It makes instruments play themselves while synchronizing the music and the stage with the audience’s smart devices so they can participate and connect with the music.
RIMA is also on Kickstarter right now, click here to learn more, and if you like it, please back it! The developers of RIMA are also planning an interactive concert in New York, a vibrant city full of artists and creatives, and hope to have about 200 people attend. If you happen to be in New York, do not miss it!