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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
This paper describes AR-Jazz, an augmented reality application designed to visualize sound and movements in live jazz performances. The augmented scenario is achieved within the program Max MSP Jitter, with an integrated inertial sensor and a microphone. As a display, a cinema screen is used. The application was first shown at the SedaJazz Festival 2007 in Valencia (Spain). In first place, a workshop was made in order the musicians to become familiar with the application. Secondly, a livedoi:10.1007/978-3-642-04052-8_15 fatcat:rahkl3acofadffengfks5n4jea