Audio Slideshow: Technology and art fuse in NYC

New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program, a graduate course for tech-savvy artists, has opened its doors to showcase student work in future technologies.

Students with undergraduate degrees ranging from medicine to performance art flock to the two-year programme to study robotics, web development and mobile applications.

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Images and slideshow production by Matthew Danzico. Publication date 17 May 2010.


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