Category Archives: Tangible Interfaces MO

A first part of the project focuses on the design of modular tangible interfaces capturing a wide range of gestures. The interfaces can be assembled to form an ensemble of connected objects communicating wirelessly. A central concept is to let users determine the final musical function of the objects, favoring customization, assembling, repurposing. Thus, musical interfaces are thoughts as “object in process”: users could modify and define/program the function of the objects. This might imply assembling the wireless interfaces with existing everyday objects or existing musical instruments.

New tools, new objects for gesture-based musical expression

The central idea of the project was to conceive an open system of tangible interfaces and software modules allowing users to invent their own digital musical instruments, using a large set of musical gestures. This ensemble of hardware/software objects forms … Continue reading

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