Emotionwave will participate in the Gyeonggi Contents Agency Pavilion in CES 2021, the world's largest technology exhibition, to showcase MuLearn, its music education service.
Founded in 2013, Emotionwave has developed a service that combines AI music technology and IT. It combines AI technology with musical instruments and other musical equipment to develop new performance techniques and technologies to automate music performance or composition, and is currently preparing educational and entertainment services.
Music education service MuLearn integrates essential functions of offline music education into a virtual environment, allowing teachers and students to actively participate and learn just like in real music classes. MuLearn has two main functions, virtual instructional sessions and assessments. Through real-time play connection, users can check the practice status and progress by each student. Over 50,000 music databases based on various genres support rich class content resources.
The company staff said, "We aim to advance into North America and Europe. We are looking for content IPs from public and private institutions and now online music education institutions." She then said, "We had a great opportunity to participate in CES for the second time. We are looking forward to a great partnership." She also added, "I look forward to the release of an immersive music experience platform Concert Zone in June."
Gyeonggi Contents Agency has been participating in CES every year since 2019, and this year, it will support the online exhibition of 12 companies located in Gyeonggi-do to participate in CES 2021. This project has been set up to help start-ups strengthen their business execution capabilities and maximize marketing effect. The companies participating in the CES 2021 Gyeonggi Content Agency Pavilion are as follows. △GoodByeCar △dear.archidect △DI Electronics △GenieRobot △The2H △Emotionwave △Coconut Silo △Mand.ro △VRotein △Cebien △yellowknife △Strig