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World-renowned artist Remo Saraceni featured on Voices for the New Age Wednesday, October 27, at 1PM EDT

Our guest today is Italian-born, world-renowned artist Remo Saraceni, who  is best known for inventing the Walking Piano that became a hallmark in the major motion picture Big, starring Tom Hanks. However, the Walking Piano is just one of Remo’s many interactive creations that connect the imagination of childhood with the technology of the future.

Remo, also known as a “high-tech Renaissance Man”, has credentials that also include works on display in science and art museums, discovery centers, and children’s hospitals throughout the world.

High-Tech Renaissance Man

Remo will talk about the marvels and wonders of technology that he initiated back in the 70s that have now become part of everyday modern life, including  energy saving lighting systems in homes and public spaces, virtual assistants, interactive museum displays as well as the possibilities for the future.

His featured interview will broadcast live on Wednesday, October 27th from 1:00 PM ET/10:00 AM PT on “Voices for the New Age” on and be available afterward On Demand on the network.

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