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.
Brandon LaBelle: The Sonic Agent / towards an acoustics of relation 1: The Invisible and The Overheard Thursday 4th February 6-8pm GDS, Ben Pimlott Building Goldsmiths SE14 6NW Free entry (booking required): theinvisible.eventbrite.com 2nd seminar to be held 5th May FB: facebook.com/events/1051361651571756/ Alessandro Altavilla and Adam... Read More
EAVI is back for 2016 with a killer line up! Thursday 21st January 2016 The Amersham Arms SE14 6TY 8 till late £5 Advance tickets: eavixv.eventbrite.com https://www.facebook.com/events/1637803159815039/ LIVE: VINDICATRIX ACOLYTES HUMAN HEADS RECSUND REBECCA WILCOX MARGUERITE LATICA DJS: CHLOE ALICE FREIDA (Alien Jams / NTS)... Read More
As we’ve mentioned, EAVI is involved in an exciting new EU project called RAPID MIX, along with several high profile partners including IRCAM, UPF Barcelona and several SMEs including as Plux (who make DIY biosensor kits – imagine a wearable Arduino) and ROLI (makers of the... Read More
We were very lucky to have Laetitia Sonami, who has pioneered performance with new electronic instruments, perform the UK premiere of a piece written for her – OCCAM IX – by the legendary, pioneering composer Éliane Radigue at Goldsmiths this week in the new SIML space.... 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