Monthly Archives: July 2013

EAVI at SMC

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There will be an EAVI presence at the Sound and Music Computing Conference at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology this week, with two papers, Adam Parkinson and Atau Tanaka, "Composing for Cars" and Adam Parkinson and Koray Tahiroğlu, "Composing ... Read More

BeagleBoard Performances – Karma Rebuild

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We have a new set! Atau and Adam have laid to rest 4-hands iPhone, and put together a new set using BeagleBoards. It sounds like this: soundcloud.com/karmarebuild and it looks like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNaFTtVUMao BeagleBoards are... Read More

Investigations on Sonic Affordances: Sound as medium for interactions

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I presented a poster at the Music, Digitisation, Mediation conference in Oxford, on an initial investigation of sound-related affordances and their contribution to sound-movement relationships. ABSTRACT Affordance is a concept originated in the fi... Read More

Earwyrm: A Music-Driven Race Game

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Earwyrm is a Music-driven race game for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch that takes any track from you iOS music library and turns it into a mesmerising, mindbending, wormhole-style racetrack.  You can download it for free from the app store. Here's h... Read More

Dean Rodney Singers App

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The Dean Rodney Singers app was created to accompany the Dean Rodney Singers installation at the Royal Festival Hall in Summer 2012, part of the Unlimited Festival for the Cultural Paralympics. In the app, you can remix songs from the seven dimens... Read More

Leafcutter John and the HapticWave

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London-based electronic musician, sound artist, hardware hacker and all round superhero Leafcutter John helped us build a prototype of the ‘HapticWave’ for the DePIC project. This is a haptic interface which utilises CIID’s Motors and Music pro... Read More

NoiseBear: A Malleable Musical Controller

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The NoiseBear website is now live, find out more about the project at http://noisebear.com NoiseBear is a wireless, malleable, musical controller, designed for, and in participation with disabled children. The aim of the project was to produc... Read More

Real-Time Visuals Workshop 2: Concert

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On Wednesday 18 June, the second Real-time Visuals research network Workshop was held at Goldsmiths, University of London, exploring a range of approaches to process and systems-based sound/image relationships. The event brought together an internati... Read More

Real-Time Visuals Workshop 2: Symposium

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On Wednesday 18 June, the second Real-Time Visuals research network Workshop was held at Goldsmiths, University of London, exploring a range of approaches to process and systems-based sound/image relationships. The event brought together an internati... Read More

Creative Computing Goes Global with Coursera Programme

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'Creative Computing for Digital Media & Mobile Apps' is the first MOOC to be launched in England, taught by Dr Mick Grierson, Dr Marco Gillies and Dr Matthew Yee-King, Lecturers in the Department of Computing at Goldsmiths, University of L... Read More