"I don't want it to go humanoid because that's going too far," he said. "We're not trying to replace humans. We're trying to enhance what humans can do with all this technology on stage."
"It's like a symbiotic relationship between humans and machines," says Ajay Kapur, a musician with a doctorate in electrical engineering who heads the music technology program at the school co-founded by Walt Disney. "There's a lot more interaction between the humans and the machines than just one person programming the robots and pushing the play button."