How can virtual worlds change the way we experience emotions?
Art of all kinds can have a transformative effect on people, invoking a wide spectrum of reactions and creating unexpected new connections.
On February 26, 2020, Dassault Systèmes offered their audience a one-of-a -kind experience, live from Jardin des Plantes in Paris. A unique show mixing real musical emotion and virtual art, handled by the world-renowned violonist Renaud Capuçon.
Through this act, Dassault Systèmes prove that people can pioneer new ways to create powerful emotional experiences.
The French violinist Laurent Bernadac has developed a new approach to innovation, combining advanced technologies with ancient violin-making skills to create the first fully playable, 3D-printed electric violin.
Designed using Dassault Systèmes’ solutions, the 3Dvarius illustrates how innovation and art fuse together, bringing musicians closer to their instruments and pioneering new ways to create powerful emotional experiences.
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Emotion is what drives people to act, to challenge the status quo and eventually change the world.
Music, and art in general, are incredible ways to generate emotion, and Dassault Systèmes has always wanted to put its virtual universes at the service of art and artists.
From architectural masterpieces like La Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris, through to the sustainable ‘breathing’ sculpture of Kengo Kuma and the customised musical instruments of Syos or the 3Dvarius, Dassault Systemes is helping creators reimagine how they shape emotional responses to their ideas.