Software

PiPo SDK release v0.1

3 Jul , 2015  

Update: the PiPo SDK v0.2 is now available on Ircam R&D‘s GitHub!

The PiPo module API for writing your own processing and analysis objects is now available and documented here: http://recherche.ircam.fr/equipes/temps-reel/mubu/pipo
It includes an example xcode project to build a simple pipo mxo for Max that also works within MuBu.

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Devices // News // Software

#MusicTechFest Scandi

29 May , 2015  

R-IoT front

At the #MTFScandi, presenting at our new wifi R-IoT sensor module with 9 axis sensor with 3 accelerometers, 3 gyroscopes and 3 magnetometers, all 16 bit, along with real-time sensor analysis tools, in the context of the MusicBricks project More…

News

Eric Boyer successfully defended his PhD Thesis “Continuous Auditory Feedback for Sensorimotor Learning”

16 May , 2015  

Eric Boyer successfully defended his PhD thesis, “Continuous Auditory Feedback for Sensorimotor Learning”, on Mai 11th. Eric conducted his PhD in the ISMM and PDS teams and at LPP-CNRS Université Paris Descartes  with Sylvain Hanneton, Patrick Susini and Frédéric Bevilacqua.

The Jury was composed by Pr. Cathy CRAIG – Queen’s University Belfast,  Pr. Roberto BRESIN – KTH Royal Institute of Technology – Stockholm,  Pr. Vincent HAYWARD – UPMC – Paris, Dr. Bruno GIORDANO – Center for Neuroimaging – Glasgow, Pr. Olivier GAPENNE – UTC – Compiègne, Dr. Patrick SUSINI – IRCAM, Dr. Sylvain HANNETON – Université Paris Descartes  and Dr. Frédéric BEVILACQUA – IRCAM.

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Jules Françoise successfully defended his PhD Thesis “Motion-Sound Mapping by Demonstration”

25 Mar , 2015  

Jules Françoise successfully defended his PhD thesis, “Motion-Sound Mapping by Demonstration”, on March 18. Jules conducted his PhD in the ISMM team with Frédéric Bevilacqua and Thierry Artières.

The Jury was composed by Dr. Catherine ACHARD (ISIR, UPMC), Dr. Olivier CHAPUIS (INRIA, Orsay), Dr. Thierry DUTOIT (University of Mons), Dr. Rebecca FIEBRINK (Goldsmith University of London), Dr. Sergi JORDÀ (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona), Dr. Marcelo WANDERLEY (Professeur à l’Université McGill, Montréal). More…

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Software // Videos

MaD — Mapping by Demonstration for Continuous Sonification

24 Mar , 2015   Gallery

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MaD allows for simple and intuitive design of continuous sonic gestural interaction. The motion-sound mapping is automatically learned by the system when movement and sound examples are jointly recorded. In particular, our applications focus on using vocal sounds – recorded while performing action, – as primary material for interaction design. The system integrates of specific probabilistic models with hybrid sound synthesis models. Importantly, the system is independent to the type of motion/gesture sensing devices, and can directly accommodate the use different sensors such as, cameras, contact microphones, and inertial measurement units. The application concerns performing arts, gaming but also medical applications such auditory-aided rehabilitation. More…

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Events // Project // Videos

CoSiMa: Expérimentations sonores @ Paris Face Cachée

17 Feb , 2015  

Paris Face Cachée

On February 6th, 7th and 8th, La Ville de Paris and the À Suivre association organized the 4th edition of Paris Face Cachée, which aims at proposing original and off-the-wall ways to discover the city. The CoSiMa team led the workshops Expérimentations sonores held at IRCAM. More…

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News

CoSiMa @ TEI’15

10 Feb , 2015  

CoSiMa submitted a Work-in-Progress paper at the Tangible and Embedded Interfaces conference held at Stanford University in January 2015 (TEI’15). The paper Collective Sound Checks — Exploring Intertwined Sonic and Social Affordances of Mobile Web Applications describes the mobile-web scenarios we tested at the Centre Pompidou with the Studio 13/16, and explores how these new forms of musical expression strongly shift the focus of design from human-computer interactions towards the emergence of computer-mediated interactions between players based on sonic and social affordances of ubiquitous technologies. More…

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