CultTech Space at Ars Electronica

CultTech StartUp Showcases

Immaterial Future

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Sat Sep 10, 2022, 1:00 pm - 2:45 pm
All times are given in Central European Summer Time (CEST / UTC +2).
KEPLER’S GARDENS, Keplergebäude, Lecture Hall 2

What is CultTech in practice? What do CultTech companies do and why?

Alumni of the CultTech startup accelerator and established companies such as Artivive and vrisch will demonstrate their products and show how they harness technology to transform the worlds of arts and culture.

Artivive (
Artivive is an AR tool that allows artists to create new dimensions of art by linking classical with digital art. The digital layer opens the doors to a whole new world of possibilities. Artists can take visitors on a journey through time, explain what lies underneath, enhance the art with animations, or show how the artworks were made. For museums, exhibitions, galleries, and other art institutions Artivive offers a new and innovative way for the audience to interact with exhibitions.

Embodme (
Embodme develops proprietary sensor technologies for 3D touch & touchless interaction. This project is born out of a desire to combine both sensitivity and versatility in a seamless object. Experimentation on its surface comes flawlessly bringing musicians closer to their original intents and ideas.

Enote (
Enote is sheet music for the 21st century. It is professional scores, powerful features, unlimited access. The Enote library has thousands of works from the baroque to late romantic era, reconstructed in a reliable digital format.

Kloov (
KLOOV is a social Web3 platform for Music, closing the gap between artists and their audience through innovative monetization & royalty sharing models based on NFT technology.

vrisch (
vrisch is an award-winning VR AR (XR) content production company from Vienna, Austria, that helps people learn, understand, and have fun through immersive entertainment. Their services provide solutions across sectors, including performing arts, environmental education, and advertising.

Some of vrisch’s clients include UNESCO World Natural Heritage Dürrenstein, UK theatre company Les Enfants Terribles, and the Austrian amusement park Prater.

Wail (
Wail is an organic platform for live events worldwide. A solution for social engagement around events, a marketplace (tickets), event discovery and SAAS for event organisers/promoters. Wail is a b2b2c service with the aim of connecting the music industry directly with fans.