It’s finished … but Dubspot will have follow-up video of the event soon.

Streaming live from Dubspot in New York, Martin Kaltenbrunner and I are talking about interface design and music, in the context of his Reactable tangible interface. Join us, ask some questions, and stay tuned for more video after the session is done. For his part, Martin has the enviable title of “Professor for Interface Culture.” Tune in now and he’s making music with blocks. I’ll be talking to him, and talking about performing without a computer, with Reactable Mobile running on Android, MIDI out of an iPad, a MeeBlip, and a Korg KAOSS Quad, hopefully as part of our ongoing discussions about mobile and interface design.

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