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Thursday, July 3 • 15:00 - 16:00

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3DinMotion - A mocap based interface for real time visualisation and sonification of multi-user interactions
Alain Renaud, Caecilia Charbonnier, Sylvain Chagué
Bournemouth University, Artnanim, Artanim

A Simple Architecture for Server-based (Indoor) Audio Walks
Thomas Resch and Matthias Krebs
University of Music Basel

Manhattan: End-User Programming for Music
Chris Nash
University of the West of England

Musical Instrument Mapping Design with Echo State Networks
Chris Kiefer
Goldsmiths College, University of London

Optical Measurement of Acoustic Drum Strike Locations
Janis Sokolovskis and Andrew McPherson
Queen Mary, University of London

Simplified Expressive Mobile Development with NexusUI, NexusUp, and NexusDrop
Benjamin Taylor, Jesse Allison, Daniel Holmes, William Conlin and Yemin Oh 
Louisiana State University

Charles Hutchins
University of Kent

Tangible Scores: Shaping the Inherent Instrument Score
Enrique Tomás and Martin Kaltenbrunner
Interface Culture Lab - Kunstuniversität Linz

Techniques in Swept Frequency Capacitive Sensing: An Open Source Approach
Colin Honigman, Jordan Hochenbaum and Ajay Kapur
California Institute of the Arts

Wubbles: a collaborative ephemeral musical instrument
Florent Berthaut and Jarrod Knibbe
University of Bristol


Chris Kiefer

Researcher, Goldsmiths

Andrew McPherson

Lecturer in Digital Media, Queen Mary University of London
Andrew McPherson is an electronic engineer, composer and instrument designer. His research focuses on augmented acoustic instruments and new performance interfaces which build on traditional instrumental training. Recent projects include the magnetic resonator piano (electromagnetically-augmented... Read More →

Chris Nash

Senior Lecturer in Music Technology, University of the West of England|Bristol||United Kingdom
Chris Nash is a professional programmer and composer, and currently Senior Lecturer in Music Technology (Soft ware Development for Audio, Sound, and Music) at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol, UK). He completed his PhD on music HCI at the University of Cambridge... Read More →
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Janis Sokolovskis

PhD Research Student, Queen Mary, University of London
PhD Research Student at Centre for Digital Music at Queen Mary, University of London. Research interests - Augmented Instruments, Audio Analysis, Music Learning Technologies.

Enrique Tomas

Lecturer & PhD Candidate, Kunstuniversität Linz
Enrique Tomás (Madrid, 1981) is a sound artist and researcher who dedicates his time to finding new ways of expression and play with sound, art and technology. His work explores the intersection between sound art, computer music, locative media and human-machine interaction. As... Read More →

Thursday July 3, 2014 15:00 - 16:00 BST
New Academic Building: Room 314

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