Using Technology to Create the Virtual Opera Libertaria

Libertaria: The Virtual Opera

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Using Technology to Create the Virtual Opera Libertaria

Creating a full‐length opera in the 21st century requires a composer’s ingenuity and ability to think outside the box and into cyberspace. What do crowdsourcing, machinima, virtual auditions, social networking, and a libretto have in common? Each is a key element in the production of Libertaria: The Virtual Opera, a feature‐ length sci‐fi animated opera created through online collaboration and cutting edge technology.
For those who live outside the 21st century digital world, terms like crowdsourcing, virtual, and machinima may seem like a foreign language out of a Ray Bradbury sci‐fi novel. Crowdsourcing involves assigning tasks for your project to the public at‐large. More than simply outsourced, a project that is crowdsourced can involve dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of people contributing a small part to the creative whole. Typically one person acts…

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