Our team will present current research at the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME) in Seoul, South Korea, with overall 5 papers, which include 2 oral presentations and 3 poster. Below the complete list of our contributions for this year’s edition:
- Machine Learning of Musical Gestures (long paper)
Caramiaux, B., Tanaka, A.
- Muscular Interactions. Combining EMG and MMG sensing for musical practice (short paper)
Donnarumma, M., Caramiaux, B., Tanaka, A.
- Towards Gestural Sonic Affordances (poster)
Altavilla, A., Caramiaux, B., and Tanaka, A.
- NoiseBear: A Malleable Wireless Controller Designed In Participation with Disabled Children (poster)
Grierson, M., Kiefer, C.
- Mining Unlabeled Electronic Music Databases through 3D Interactive Visualization of Latent Component Relationships (poster)
Mital, P. K., Grierson, M.
NIME is an annual interdisciplinary conference discussing contemporary topics in electronic musical interface design, research and practice. NIME brings together researchers and practitioners from a range of academic fields including computer science, electrical engineering, human-computer interaction, musicology, electro-acoustic music, dance and composition, and has routinely attracted interest from electronic music industry as well.
NIME will take place from 25 to 31 May 2013 at the Graduate School of Culture Technology at KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), Daejeon, Korea, and will feature a series of special events in Seoul.