We presented the first version of COMO – Collective Movement, at the International Conference on Movement and Computing, Goldsmiths University of London, 2017.
COMO is a collection of prototype Web Apps for movement-based sound interaction, targeting collective interaction using mobile phones.
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…
This workshop/symposium marks the end of the Legos project, which focused on sensori-motor learning in gesture-sound interactive system. The goal of this workshop is to report the major results, show demonstrations and discuss current trends and emerging applications (such as rehabilitation, music, sport, wellbeing) with international invited researchers.
The event is free, but reservation is required, please email bevilacqua at ircam dot fr. More…
Gestural sonic interaction: playing with a virtual water tub. Sound samples are controlled with hand movements, by splashing water or sweeping under the surface.
Conception: Eric O. Boyer (Ircam & LPP), Sylvain Hanneton (LPP), Frédéric Bevilacqua (Ircam)
Technology: MuBu and LeapMotion Max object, ISMM team at Ircam-STMS CNRS UPMC
Sound materials: Roland Cahen & Diemo Schwarz – Topophonie project
With the support of ANR LEGOS project.
Dirty Tangible Interfaces (DIRTI) are a new concept in interaction design that forgoes the dogma of repeatability in favor of a richer and more complex experience, constantly evolving, irreversible & infinitely modifiable. The video resuming 4 days of experimentation with a tangible interface and iPad app specially designed for kids at the Maison des Petits of the cultural centre CENTQUATRE in Paris is now online.