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Lund University Digital Interactive Concert Hall - LUDICH

The LUDICH project wants to build the digital concert hall of the future and lay the foundation for tomorrow's cultural experiences. This will be done using the market's best digital solutions and the broad and varied knowledge of the project's various collaborative partners and by placing the audience's individual experience at the center.

The Faculty of Arts is leading a thematic collaborative initiative to develop the cultural experiences of the future. Using new technologies, such as AI, the project will explore new ways to make culture more accessible, interactive and personal.

A thematic collaborative initiative within Lund University is a meeting place for knowledge and development in a specific problem area and is characterized by interdisciplinary collaborations within the university in collaboration with companies and organizations.

The purpose of the project is to create the best possible conditions for a new generation of digital live performances. Interactive streaming solutions and digital formats that give users more choice and creative freedom to customize their experience and share it with others. This will be done using the latest technology and the collective expertise of the project's collaborative partners.

Malmö Live's concert hall will serve as a "living lab" and be equipped with technology for testing in a real-life context. Two live tests per year are planned, known as Takes, when all partners gather for workshop conferences. 

Participating faculties:

External partners:

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Jesper Larsson
Project Manager
jesper [dot] larsson [at] kanslik [dot] lu [dot] se (jesper[dot]larsson[at]kanslik[dot]lu[dot]se)