Steve Aoki to host exclusive shows inside Sensorium Galaxy, welcome to the metaverse

Amber Alexandria

Steve Aoki, a Grammy-nominated electronic music DJ and producer, has joined Sensorium Galaxy, a digital metaverse that features immersive high-end events and experiences.

Sensorium Galaxy allows users to reinvent themselves, explore large virtual worlds packed with activities ranging from games to meditation practices, mingle with others, and interact with their favorite artists in an alternative reality.

Aoki is developing a series of exclusive shows in PRISM, which is a futuristic world within Sensorium Galaxy in which the landscape evolves due to sound frequencies. Aoki will perform as a photorealistic avatar created using cutting-edge motion capture and 3D scanning technology.
Steve Aoki joins Sensorium GalaxySensorium Corporation

Steve Aoki is a true visionary and one of the world's most in-demand performers, with over 4 billion music streams to his name. He holds the Guinness World Record for most-traveled artist, having played 168 events in 41 countries in one year. He is consistently listed among the world's top-10 DJs and is admired by audiences for his high-impact, immersive live performances.

Steve Aoki: "Metaverse makes an ideal playground to explore human interaction with technology. In Sensorium Galaxy, the social mechanics of meeting and befriending other concert-goers closely intervene with an AI-enabled ever-changing environment. This unlocks a totally new level of entertainment for both the artist and the audience. I'm thrilled to share with fans this immersive experience on the intersection of music and sci-fi". 

Steve Aoki, a true Renaissance man, is also a fashion designer, novelist, and entrepreneur known for his passion for technology and science fiction.

In 2012, he established THE AOKI FOUNDATION, which primarily supports organizations engaged in brain science research, with a particular emphasis on regenerative medicine and brain preservation.

Bringing these themes into his shows and music, Aoki dedicated a series of albums titled Neon Future to the human-machine relationship connection, with the most recent album, Neon Future IV, delving towards biotechnology and digital immortality.

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