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Human/Computer Interaction projects at CCRMA

Michael Gurevich. Human/Computer Interaction projects at CCRMA. 2004. OSC Conference 2004.

Abstract: Physical interaction design for music combines aspects of embedded systems, sensors, electronics, sound synthesis, design and HCI. CCRMA’s courses in this area draw students with a variety of backgrounds in these fields, and expose them to aspects of each. Students learn about technology and design theory, from the instructors and from each other. Multidisciplinary team design projects to create physical interfaces for music and sound have resulted in a broad range of successful devices. The paradigmatic approach involves a device with sensors connected to a microcontroller, which digitizes, processes and encodes the signals before sending them to a host PC. Sound synthesis is done on the PC, based on the signals received. OpenSound Control and MIDI are employed and compared as communication protocols for gesture data.

Context: This was a featured publication on the legacy (pre-2011) website, ported to the new site by Matt Wright in early 2021

Submitted to by Legacy at 03/26/2021 17:03:30

This page of OpenSoundControl website updated Mon May 24 11:20:30 PDT 2021 by matt (license: CC BY).