The performance featured works that mix acoustic and electronic instruments, sensors, motion-tracking devices, video cameras and computers as performance tools. All of the works were developed using Max/MSP/Jitter, a programming language with incredibly powerful tools for creating interactive media. Co-led by the Digital Arts Initiative, this concert was the first event of its kind at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to feature this unique blend of technology and performance. These elective classes, which include courses such as Digital Video Production, Film Scoring and Creative Sound, and Digital Drawing, bring together students from various disciplines to share their unique perspectives. For more information go to digitalarts.unl.edu.