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Understanding Collective Gestural Improvisations; a Computational Approach

Hugo Solís, Xavier Serra
2006 Zenodo  
The appendix contains the description of the Moz- Art-Global-Art project  ...  A section explaining the tools and technologies employed for analysis is given as a reference and a guide.  ...  Improvisatory Music and Painting Interface The Improvisatory Music and Painting Interface (IMPI) is an audiovisual system developed as final project for the Masters degree at the MIT Media Laboratory.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3743093 fatcat:6xssmtcxprdjrnsa5zwod6ageq

Toward Robotic Musicianship

Gil Weinberg, Scott Driscoll
2006 Computer Music Journal  
Acknowledgments We would like to thank Clint Cope, Eric Fontaine, Mitch Parry, and Travis Thatcher for their contribution to the project.  ...  We also thank the Music Department, the College of Architecture, the Advanced Wood Product Laboratory, and the GVU center at the Georgia Institute of Technology for their support.  ...  While waiting for incoming notes, the left arm remains about one inch (about 2.5 cm) above the surface of the drum.  ... 
doi:10.1162/comj.2006.30.4.28 fatcat:s2alhwswjzdfldeqekwy2wmt6e

The Halldorophone: The Ongoing Innovation Of A Cello-Like Drone Instrument

Halldór Úlfarsson
2018 Zenodo  
An important objective of the project has been to encourage its use by practicing musicians.  ...  As the project progresses, a picture emerges of what qualities have led to a culture of acceptance and use around this new instrument.  ...  Acoustically the size of the box falls well short of the half-wavelength-rule given the suggested tuning: "...for good projection, a radiating surface should be greater in both dimensions than half the  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1302578 fatcat:wcifwk4ernf23meitvn5ejfrmy

Tok! : A Collaborative Acoustic Instrument Using Mobile Phones

Sang Won Lee, Ajay Srinivasamurthy, Gregoire Tronel, Weibin Shen, Jason Freeman
2012 Zenodo  
is a collaborative acoustic instrument application for iOS devices aimed at real time percussive music making in a colocated setup.  ...  It utilizes the mobility of hand-held devices and transforms them into drumsticks to tap on flat surfaces and produce acoustic music. Tok!  ...  Christopher Moore and the MSMT students at Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology (GTCMT) for their valuable feedback during the development of Tok!.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1178317 fatcat:26ekp43ilvfhjpy3dg6cdzkk7m

Enhancing the Expressivity of the Sensel Morph via Audio-rate Sensing

Razvan Paisa, Dan Overholt
2019 Zenodo  
This project describes a novel approach to hybrid electro-acoustical instruments by augmenting the Sensel Morph, with real-time audio sensing capabilities.  ...  The instrument opens up the possibility for a large selection of different interaction techniques that have a direct impact on the output sound.  ...  This was the position where the sensors was placed for this project.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3672967 fatcat:2qoypqjvtjgb7jrc3dobnw4fr4

Robotic Musicianship - Musical Interactions Between Humans and Machines [chapter]

Gil Weinberg
2007 Human Robot Interaction  
The project combines computational modelling of music perception, interaction, and improvisation, with the capacity to produce acoustic responses in physical and visual manners.  ...  It is designed to serve as a test-bed for novel forms of musical human-machine interactions, bringing perceptual aspects of computer music into the physical world both visually and acoustically.  ...  While waiting for incoming notes, the left arm remains about one inch above the surface of the instrument.  ... 
doi:10.5772/5206 fatcat:u7mvqvaxrnb3xbuvkbqpijwf5m

Visionary Video

Phil Wagner
2009 Afterimage: The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism  
Beck’s archival project entailed a glance back toward the antique crafts of which there are detectable traces in the electronic arts; an italicizing of video’s unique properties; a self-conscious enunciation  ...  Jepson’s Self-Portrait (1975), for instance, was the artist’s first exploration in what he called “visual music.”  ... 
doi:10.1525/aft.2009.37.1.22 fatcat:pqdobs7opvg7lex6nzeb5nnzr4

Picture this!

Cati Vaucelle, Hiroshi Ishii
2008 Proceedings of the 10th international conference on Ubiquitous computing - UbiComp '08  
We assess to what extent gesture interaction with objects for video editing allows children to explore visual perspectives in storytelling.  ...  a new input device embedded in children's toys for video composition. It consists of a new form of interaction for children's capturing of storytelling with physical artifacts.  ...  Thanks also to Adam Boulanger, Edith Ackermann, the reviewers of UbiComp, the members of the Tangible Media Group and the MIT Media Lab for their feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1409635.1409683 dblp:conf/huc/VaucelleI08 fatcat:a3d3efhhzrawllapdcli5p7ejy

Preparatory planning framework for Created Out of Mind: Shaping perceptions of dementia through art and science

Emilie Brotherhood, Philip Ball, Paul M Camic, Caroline Evans, Nick Fox, Charlie Murphy, Fergus Walsh, Julian West, Gill Windle, Sarah Billiald, Nicholas Firth, Emma Harding (+19 others)
2017 Wellcome Open Research  
The framework explains the rationale and aims of the project, outlines our focus for the project, and explores a number of challenges we have encountered by virtue of working in this way.  ...  Created Out of Mind is an interdisciplinary project, comprised of individuals from arts, social sciences, music, biomedical sciences, humanities and operational disciplines.  ...  project, and George Thomas (University College London) for his writing assistance on the Measuring the response project.  ... 
doi:10.12688/wellcomeopenres.12773.1 pmid:29387805 pmcid:PMC5710169 fatcat:ftj62a6xffgzjcgnoli6yhufxa

Connecting Free Improvisation Performance and Drumming Gestures Through Digital Wearables

Amandine Pras, Mailis G. Rodrigues, Victoria Grupp, Marcelo M. Wanderley
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
Finally, we present our goals for the future creation of a wireless version of the vest for a female body based on Diana Policarpo's artistic vision.  ...  Allowing for sound control, these sensors are seamlessly integrated with Black's improvisational gesture vocabulary.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank Jim Black for his talent, artistic knowledge, and openness to this collaborative project.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.576810 pmid:33912095 pmcid:PMC8071876 fatcat:7i47jig6rbcxbbhgspwk27cqum

Anticipating Artistic Behavior

Robert Jensen
2004 Historical Methods  
Fortunately, technical imagery, systematically applied, may provide a visual profile of the various stages of a painting that extend well beyond the evidence of surface pentimenti.  ...  It is odd-given the presumed respective dates for these pictures-that the improvisatory method more characteristic of the mature Leonardo is said to exist in the earlier painting.  ... 
doi:10.3200/hmts.37.4.137-154 fatcat:yty7t4cphra3te5sw65u3ugtky

Performing Analysis, Performing Metal

Olivia R. Lucas
2021 Music Theory Online  
In their most sophisticated forms, however, they provide a visual analysis of the music as it unfolds.  ...  These analytical light shows provide a three-dimensional visual score that dramatizes rhythms while guiding listeners through each riff.  ...  For newer songs, he first studies the demo project used by the band in the studio, and begins writing from there.  ... 
doi:10.30535/mto.27.4.8 fatcat:wnpk43nb7vh5potgpdcve7thii

Understanding Kinaesthetic Creativity in Dance

Stacy Hsueh, Sarah Fdili Alaoui, Wendy E. Mackay
2019 Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '19  
This has relevance not only to the design of methods for inspiring creativity but also to the design of systems that promote engaging experiences via bodily interaction.  ...  From our study, we define a taxonomy that comprises different relationships and movement responses dancers form with the visuals.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank the participants for their time and insights. We also thank the reviewers whose feedback have improved this work.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3290605.3300741 dblp:conf/chi/HsuehAM19 fatcat:jb3aget7gbeejoqncukukmv2qe


Xin Wei Sha, Michael Fortin, Navid Navab, Timothy Sutton
2010 Proceedings of the international conference on Multimedia - MM '10  
This paper describes Ozone, a new media choreography system based on layered, continuous physical models, designed for building a diverse range of interactive spaces that coordinate arbitrary streams of  ...  the apparent surface of the projected fluid imagery.  ...  Our approach attempts in a parallel manner to imbue general projected visual and audio environments with more usable palpability 1 .  ... 
doi:10.1145/1873951.1874221 dblp:conf/mm/WeiFNS10 fatcat:vosim4ozh5brxe57je4gacgsfa

Reflections of Reality in Jan van Eyck and Robert Campin

Antonio Criminisi, Martin Kemp, Sing Bing Kang
2004 Historical Methods  
The rectified images can be used for purposes of three-dimensional reconstruction as well as measuring accurate dimensions of objects and people.  ...  The proposed algorithms allow us also to "rectify" the image in the mirror so that it becomes a normalised projection, thus providing us with a second view from the back of the painted room.  ...  A Canny Edge Detection [2] algorithm automatically detects sub-pixel accurate im- age edges; 2.  ... 
doi:10.3200/hmts.37.3.109-122 fatcat:a6lnih5jhbe23nl6r4g6vistti
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