Musicians no longer need sheet music when playing, thanks to this new technology.

Considering the dramatic changes and huge advancements in modern technology, classical music is long overdue for a high-tech makeover. Instigating what it appears as a new movement of orchestra, Cynthia Turner, a professor and conductor at Cornell, believes Google Glass can improve the way musicians interact with the conductor, audience, and music.

Turner is in the process of developing Glass apps that will let musicians scroll through sheet music; but more broadly speaking, she hopes to create an entirely new method of music notation.

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