27 years after death of Kurt Cobain, group uses AI software to create a ‘new’ Nirvana song

  • Category: News
  • Date: April 5, 2021
  • Article URL: GeekWire

Meanwhile, in Cobain’s hometown of Aberdeen, Wash., technology is being used for another type of art. D.S. Bradford has created an image of Cobain as part of his “icon murals” project that uses augmented reality and can be viewed via mobile device when in a specific location in the town. “Each piece is tied to a place of significance to the music artist portrayed in each work and is viewable in the real world using the GPS coordinates of the location. Once a visitor is in that location, the portal can be accessed by the click of a button,” it says on Bradford’s website. Bradford also has AR/location-based art for John Lennon, Chris Cornell, Prince and others.

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