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Multimodal Interaction in Music Using the Electromyogram and Relative Position Sensing
This paper describes a technique of multimodal, multichannel control of electronic musical devices using two control methodologies, the Electromyogram (EMG) and relative position sensing. Requirements for the application ...
Inner-Active Art: An examination of aesthetic and mapping issues in physiologically based artworks
Much art seeks to describe or stimulate the feelings and emotions of the viewer, through both abstract and literal representation. With the exponential increase in computing power over recent years we also seek new ways ...
Creating a Network of Integral Music Controllers
In this paper, we describe the networking of multiple Integral Music Controllers (IMCs) to enable an entirely new method for creating music by tapping into the composite gestures and emotions of not just one, but many ...
AffecTech-an affect-aware interactive AV Artwork
(ISEA International, 2009)
New developments in real-time computing and body-worn sensor technology allow us to explore not just visible gestures using inertial sensors, but also invisible changes in an individual’s physiological state using bio-sensors ...
The integral Music controller: Introducing a Direct Emotional Interface to gestural control of sound synthesis.
(Michigan Publishing, 2005-09)
This paper describes the concept of the integral music controller (IMC), a controller that combines gestural interface with direct emotional control of a digital musical instrument. This new controller enables the performer ...
Sensory Chairs: A System for Biosignal Research and Performance
Music and sound have the power to provoke strong emotional and physical responses within us. Although concepts such as emotion can be hard to quantify in a scientific manner there has been significant research into how the ...