Monthly Archives: September 2013

Gesture Variation Follower (GVF)

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Gesture Variation Follower (GVF) is a cross-platform, open-source C++ library for realtime gesture recognition and variations estimation. In other words, the library provides methods to easily learn a gesture vocabulary, recognize a gesture as soon a... Read More

Talk: Matthias Schneiderbanger

Matthias Schneiderbanger, visiting fellow at the Embodied AudioVisual Interaction Research Group (EAVI), will present his ongoing research project here at Goldsmiths. He is member of the well known live-coding band, Benoit & the Mandelbrots. His ... Read More

Playing Violin with Muscle Activity

This is an ongoing project illustrating the extraction of higher level features from mechanomyogram sensors (MMG) conducting in EAVI. Biosignals are often hard to deal with since the collected data are often hard to interpret, redundant, and nois... Read More

YouTube Smash Up Week 6

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cw5Fo03a6lc&hd=1 Each week, we take the number 1 video on YouTube and resynthesize it using the remaining Top 10 videos.  This process recreates the audio and visuals using a computational model attempting to h... Read More

EAVI at ICMC

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Adam went to this years International Computer Music Conference in Perth, Australia, to present a paper called "Embodied Listening, Affordances and Performing with Computers" (email a.d.parkinson at gmail if you would like a copy, proceedings aren't ... Read More

EAVI Nite: Electro Anthro Visceral Intensity 4th September, London

The EAVI research unit presents a night of Electro Anthro Visceral Intensity with infrabass pulsations, electronic circuit crackles, leather bassoons, bio-interfaces and feedback drums. We're bringing together electronica, noise, and contemporary cla... Read More