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Wednesday, July 2 • 16:30 - 17:30

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CollideFx: A Physics-Based Audio Effects Processor
Chet Gnegy
Stanford University

Evaluating the Perceived Similarity Between Audio-Visual Features Using Corpus-Based Concatenative Synthesis
Augoustinos Tsiros 
Edinburgh Napier University  

Experio: a Design for Novel Audience Participation in Club Settings 
Bastiaan van Hout, Luca Giacolini, Bart Hengeveld, Mathias Funk and Joep Frens
Eindhoven University of Technology  

Rhythm Apparatus on Overhead 
Christian Faubel 
Academy of Media Arts Cologne  

SPINE: A TUI Toolkit and Physical Computing Hybrid 
Aristotelis Hadjakos and Simon Waloschek
Center of Music and Film Informatics, HfM Detmold 

Striso, A Compact Expressive Instrument Based On A New Isomorphic Note Layout
Piers Titus van der Torren
Independent Researcher

The Composing Hand: Musical Creation with Leap Motion and the BigBang Rubette
Daniel Tormoen, Florian Thalmann and Guerino Mazzola
University of Minnesota

The Owl Programmable Stage Effects Pedal: Revising The Concept Of The On-Stage Computer For Live Music Performance
Thomas Webster, Guillaume LeNost and Martin Klang
Lionfish Audio, Rebel Technology

Visualizing Song Structure on Timecode Vinyls
Florian Heller and Jan Borchers
RWTH Aachen University  



christian faubel

researcher, Academy of Media Arts Cologne|Cologne||Germany
What is it that enables autonomous behavior? I find it fascinating that complex autonomous behavior may result from the interaction of very simple units and from the dynamics of interaction between such units. I explore the assembly of simple units into systems and the emergence of autonomous behavior both in artistic and in scientific research. | | I studied mechanical engineering in Toulouse and Dresden from 1992 – 1999. After my studies... Read More →

Florian Heller

RWTH Aachen University

Florian Thalmann

Ph.D., University of Minnesota

Augoustinos Tsiros

PhD Candidate/ Part-time Lecturer, Edinburgh Napier University
Augoustinos Tsiros is PhD candidate working in the area of audio-visual interaction for feature-based sound synthesis. Augoustinos is particularly interested in the study of the underlying principles that mediate cross-modal binding and non-linguistic congruency effects . He holds an MSc in Sound Design from the University of Edinburgh and a BEng in Multimedia Systems. His research interests range from multimodal Interaction, perception... Read More →

Thomas Webster

Technical support / Lecturer in Music Making, University of Bedfordshire

Wednesday July 2, 2014 16:30 - 17:30
New Academic Building: Room 314

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