EAVI is a research group focused on embodied interaction with sound and image. We broach issues of whole body interaction, haptic feedback, sound image relationships, all in live real time applications. We are a small group of academics, researchers, and PhD students, carrying out cutting edge research across a diverse range of topics including motion capture, eye tracking, brain computer interfaces, physiological bio-interfaces, machine learning, and auditory culture.
On the 19th July 2014, Robert Henke and Robin Fox performed at the Barbican in London (1). The audiovisual performances were very coherent, and complementary – both using lasers for the visuals. Robert Henke’s lasers were directed from the middle of the audience towards the... Read More
David Hofmann from the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization, Göttingen, will give a lecture entitled “Bayesian filter for myoelectric signal amplitude estimation” Tuesday 20th May, at 12:00pm Goldsmiths College, Ben Pimlott Building, Lecture Theatre Abstract Myoelectric signals are important for a variety of... Read More
EAVI VII: Cathy Lane / Yuri Suzuki / Dajuin Yao+Wenhua Shi / Rutger Hauser / Alex Thomas Amersham Arms / 15th May / 8 till 2 / £5 We’re dusting off the subs and heading back to the Amersham Arms for another night of experimental electronics and sound... Read More
The following is the introduction of an essay entitled “Taken Apart and Put Together: Human, Machine and Sound Technologies”. The title draws on a passage by Donna Haraway. I’ve just completed the essay for an upcoming book on art science, computation and life. The text... Read More
MetaGestureMusic draws upon three complementary research fields to create gestural, interactive musical instruments for both musicians and non-musicians alike. It draws upon Auditory Culture studies to understand the cultural significance of music. It uses User Centered Design (UCD) methods to involve the end user in...Read More