The App Date and five editions that rewards the best mobile applications Spain. An expert jury has awarded the prizes at Espacio Fundación Telefónica de Madrid.
The App Date already five editions rewarding the best mobile applications Spain. An expert jury has awarded the prizes at Espacio Fundación Telefónica de Madrid.
The awards have had more than 80 candidates completed projects in our country throughout 2014. The jury that selected the winning projects have formed different professionals involved in the technology sector. Among the winners is ’The Wearable Fashion Orchestra’, a project born in ESDi.
The Wearable Fashion Orchestra has earned The App Award, Most Innovative Project Award. This peculiar sound experience consists of a painting of dancers dressed in wearables, textiles devices with technology and capable of, in this case, generate music from the motion and interaction.
As we see during a performance at the awards ceremony of The App Date, the public was that, through their mobile devices, collaborated in the creation of innovative musical composition.
The mention of Wearable Fashion Orchestra explains Javier Navarro, founding partner of The App Date, "the goal we seek since the awards began in 2010. We wanted to create a benchmark in the app universe in Spain. Now, four years later, and when they leave my mobile and integrated into cars, accessories or fashion, we are pursuing the same idea. Therefore, we reward the change of direction which is a textile band running apps. It is a new beginning for the creative industries."
Marina Castan, professor in ESDi, and the graduated Gerard Rubio, creators of the orchestra, collected the award and dancers school Scaena of Carmen Roche gave life to the orchestra with a live performance.
The App Date Awards, yesterday told with humor and Monica Darboners monologues about apps, born in 2010 with the aim of boosting the quality and good practice in an industry that emerged at that time. Furthermore, in the event Amazon awards were also given for Best Apps in Spanish