Tonight is the last show of my Indian tour: 11 shows, 4 talks, 1 panel, 1 workshop. Festivals, universities, parties, conferences. Goa, Delhi, Rajasthan and Kolkata. Countless new friends and beautiful experiences. Endless amounts of curry. One Love <3 ... See MoreSee Less
Our first party in India! ~ מסיבה ראשונה בהודו!
After 40 events in Israel and California, Universal Unicorn is taking over Goa tonight for our first ever party in India featuring Ma Tan, Ginjah Vibes and Dror Goldstein Drums.
Entrance is free - spread the word, shine bright <3
Going back on tour after a 3 months break. Here are the next 2 weeks of shows and talks: - Today at the Venn International Summit in Tel Aviv - Thursday on the main stage of Future Port Prague in the Czech republic, alongside speakers from Google, IBM, Hyperloop, Singularity University and more - Next week at the MassChallenge award ceremony in Jerusalem - September 15th at Universal Unicorn in TLV ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you DOKUTECH! Had a great time speaking and performing in Kosovo this weekend, alongside a brilliant line up of doers and thinkers, diving deep into the fears and hopes of our (post) modern age. ... See MoreSee Less
Featured on Costa Rican National TV, covering our visit at the Fundameco offices. More footage from the workshop, talks and shows coming soon. Te amo Costa Rica, I miss you already <3 ... See MoreSee Less
Got to hang out with these brilliant kids from the tougher neighborhoods of San Jose (Costa Rica), who have been studying programming, robotics and English with a local NGO called FundaVida.
They had really good questions ("What do you do when you're afraid?") and loved the little show I gave them of playing music using hand movements - so I had to let them try it out for themselves! It was a truly great moment witnessing how quickly and intuitively an 11 year old kid starts playing a beat using the Airstrument, without any instructions, and even more inspiring to see the effect that forward-thinking education can have on the lives of children and our society at large. ... See MoreSee Less
Giving a talk at the Scientists of the Future summit for gifted youth in Jerusalem. It's inspiring to meet the new generation of bright minds and spread the message of impact driven innovation where it matters most. ... See MoreSee Less
My new exhibition of interactive, techno-organic art opens in California in less than 2 weeks! Featuring Inspirala Boutique, it includes over 30 unique objects - from a huge heart made of wood and plants to a musical candy machine - all exploring the relationship between nature and technology. ... See MoreSee Less
Matan Berkowitz is a fascinating character. Interdisciplinary artist, entrepreneur and renowned speaker, his varied background has given him a somewhat unique take on innovation and the role it can play in helping those who need it most. We caught up with Matan recently in Boston, following Virgin A...
3½ years ago my friend Dov Balu invited me and 2 other (incredible) musicians to perform blindfolded - improvising music while he places different instruments in our hands and touches our heads to let us know when to play, when to sing and when to pause. Since that show, his concept grew into the Blind Orchestra - which has toured both Israel and India with changing groups of musicians surrendering their sight and getting lost in the sound of the moment.
Honored and excited to perform at the Forbes Under 30 in Boston next week. I will be opening the Tech Stage by speaking about using innovation to create positive impact, and playing music using one of my recent inventions. Stay tuned! ... See MoreSee Less
Our new interactive installation #TREEaLOG will premiere tomorrow at the DLD Tel Aviv Innovation Festival on Rotschild Boulevard. Two real, interconnected tress will sense your presence and respond to your touch, allowing people to non-verbally communicate using light, sound and intention. ... See MoreSee Less
Se trata de Matan Berkowitz. Es israelí, tiene 29 años y ya fue destacado por la revista Forbes por sus desarrollos en el ámbito de la ciencia y la tecnología. Estuvo en Buenos Aires para participar del encuentro de innovadores Endeavor y vistió los estudios de Infobae para hablar sobre sus proyecto...
Last talk in Buenos Aires before embarking on the 30 hour journey back home. ... See MoreSee Less
Matan Berkowitz es creador de múltiples prototipos que traducen signos físicos (EEG, latidos de corazón y movimientos) del cuerpo humano en música y que transforman objetos comunes de todos los días en instrumentos. Fue co-productor del primer hackathon dedicado enteramente a la tecnología musical para necesidades especiales, desarrollando dispositivos que permiten que músicos paralíticos, ciegos, amputados y/o autistas puedan expresarse de diferentes formas. Los invitamos a ser parte de su sesión ¿Cómo la música puede cambiarnos la vida? el 26 de junio en DIA Limud de 9 a 19 en la Universidad Maimónides. Para inscribirte hacé click aquí limudba.org/evento-central/ ¡Si sos menor de 25 años tu entrada es gratuita!