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.
EAVI XII 7th May 8 till late The Amersham Arms se14 6ty 5 pounds eavixii.eventbrite.com facebook.com/events/649491438490208/ Laetitia Sonami Laetitia Sonami is a renowned composer, performer and sound artist. She studied under Joel Chadabe and Eliane Radigue, and Eliane Radigue composed the piece Occam IX for... Read More
London’s BFI played host to Digital Québec on March 12th and 13th. The joint event, organized by ELEKTRA and MUTEK, brought artists from Montreal to present 8 audio-visual performances. The first night featured works from Dominique T. Skoltz, Yan Breuleux, Matthew Biderman and Alain Thibault,... Read More
We joined with our Queen Mary DePIC colleagues to attend the Visually Impaired Musicians’ Lives Conference at University College London yesterday. This was a great two day conference organised by Dr David Baker, Prof Lucy Green, Robert Mitchell (and many more behind the scenes) that... Read More
MusicMakers Hacklab is a weeklong open, collaborative laboratory hosted by Peter Kirn of CDM (createdigitalmusic.com) and musician and media artist Leslie Garcia (lessnullvoid.cc). It allows practitioners from a range of disciplines to find new ways of exploring hybrid systems of human body, biology, and sound.... Read More
Rapid-Mix is an EU funded project bringing together research labs and creative companies, with the aim of bringing innovations in interactive technologies to users. We humans are highly expressive beings. Beyond explicit verbal communication, the human body is a major outlet for both conscious and...Read More