Bayer Material Science
Making music is even more engaging when it creates new and unique experiences.
With Bayer Material Science, we recently took on the challenge of creating this kind of experience by developing a concept for a futuristic cello. One of Bayer's specialty transparent plastics keeps the instrument lightweight and creates the first instrument with the ability to express the user's performance not only through sound, but also through visual effects on its own body.
While the instrument and its user interact and communicate with their audience in a completely new manner, the concept also has practical applications in music education where the light can act as a visual metronome or indicate correct tuning.
Concept Design, future concepts, Live Performance, Material Science, Music instrument