[CES 2020 PREVIEW VIDEO] EMOTIONWAVE to Display RIMA, unmanned music performance system

2019-12-30, Jane Lee Reporter

With the support from Gyeonggi Content Agency, EMOTIONWAVE will participate in the world's largest technology exhibition CES 2020 opening in Las Vegas on Jan. 7-10 to showcase its unmanned music performance system RIMA.

RIMA is a very special unmanned music player system that can play 36,000 songs. Robot musical instrument and AI music technology meet and propose new music life. RIMA can recognize all music and play professional performances immediately. It can be accompanied with the artists or performers, or it can be played alone as the band itself.

RIMA provides the visual impact of musical performances. It can draw the attention to the performance because it can provide visual effects on the stage to make the performance fancier.

Gyeonggi Content Agency is the agency established with the mission to "create future value" by the integration of the contents, people, and technology in Gyeonggi area. G-HUB, Gyeonggi Global Game Center, Gyeonggi Contents Korea Lab, Export Support System, and Gyeonggi Film Commission are part of the team. The CES 2020 SME participation support is one of the contents-based technology companies' export support programs. Companies that are proven to be competitive more than twice are selected for participation.

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