Haptic Wave

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The Haptic Wave is a device developed for audio engineers with visual impairments that allows them to 'feel' audio waveforms. Goldsmiths Research Questions: Can haptics change how we perceive sound? from Goldsmiths, University of London on Vimeo. ... Read More

EAVI Music Computing Seminars: Renick Bell


Monday 28th November, 2016 15.30 - 16.30 PSH 314, Professor Stuart Hall Building, Goldsmiths LONDON SE14 6NW MAP: Facebook event: Read More

MUTEK Mexico 2015: review

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MUTEK Mexico 2015: 12th Edition 21st – 25th October, Mexico City Fresh back and fully inspired by my experience at MUTEK Mexico, I felt compelled to write a review, despite not being a writer, or a reviewer. For those that don’t know, MUTEK is a... Read More

HapticWave in the US


This summer, we took the HapticWave to the US to be installed at first in Joey Stuckey's Shadow Sound studio in Macon, Georgia. Find out more about Joey on his website: Joey was very welcoming and introduced me to shrimp ... Read More

Rebecca Fiebrink seminar at IRCAM

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Interactive Machine Learning as Musical Design Tool Supervised learning algorithms can be understood not only as a set of techniques for building accurate models of data, but also as design tools that can enable rapid prototyping, iterative refineme... Read More

Expressive Interfaces for Differently Abled at CHI 2015 by Simon Katan

Our contribution to CHI 2015 was a note about how Interactive Machine Learning can be used to create expressive interfaces for differently abled people. The team was Rebecca Fiebrink, Mick Grierson, and myself, and the work was the culmination of six... Read More

New Marie-Curie Fellowship


We are very pleased to announce that Dr Baptiste Caramiaux, post-doc on the MetaGesture Music project team has been awarded a Marie Skłodowska-Curie (EU) Fellowship. Baptiste's project, entitled "MIM - Enhancing Motion Interaction through Music P... Read More

Embodied Sonic Interactions Workshop @ ZHdK, Zurich

Embodied Sonic Interactions Workshop @ ZDhK, Zurich

Last January I have been invited by Daniel Hug and Moritz Kemper to give a one day workshop on Embodied Sonic Interactions to BA students of the Interaction Design course at ZHdK, University of Arts, Zurich . The workshop was part of a 2 weeks tea... Read More

Trope’s Diasynchronoscope: Screen-less 3D Concrete Immersive Audiovisual


The artistic Partnership TROPE consists of Goldsmiths PhD student in Arts and Computational Technology, Carol MacGillivray and MFA alumnus Bruno Mathez. Together they have created the Diasynchronoscope – a new form of 3D concrete animation that is ... Read More

Embodied Sonic Interactions workshop: augmenting the body @IRCAM


We gave the last series of workshop on Embodied Sonic Interactions workshop at IRCAM, Centre Pompidou, Paris between July 17th-19th 2013, and delivered by myself, Baptiste Caramiaux and Atau Tanaka. This was a commission for the HCC2 (Human Computer... Read More