Daphne Oram’s 1960’s Optical Synthesizer Oramics Machine – Electronic Music Pioneer

In the early ’60s, pioneering British composer Daphne Oram set out to create a synthesizer unlike any other, she called it the Oramics machine Commissioned by The Science Museum, London. Directed, Produced, Filmed and Edited by Nick Street and Jen Fearnley. Science Museum Oramics to Electronica: Revealing Histories of Electronic Music  Until Saturday 01 DecemberContinue reading “Daphne Oram’s 1960’s Optical Synthesizer Oramics Machine – Electronic Music Pioneer”

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Our bodies in 3D

Science Museum September Talk by: Professor Adrian Thomas, Clinical Director for Radiology for South London Healthcare NHS Trust Thursday 20 September 2012, 4 – 5pm In 2009, the Science Museum’s centenary year, the public voted the x-ray machine as the most important object in its collections. Arguably the CT (computerised tomography) scanner, which was announcedContinue reading “Our bodies in 3D”