Projects

European and National Grants

RAPID-MIX

Realtime Adaptive Prototyping for Industrial Design of Multimodal Interactive eXpressive technology
European-ICT H2020

MusicBricks

Musical Building Blocks for Digital Makers and Content Creators
European-ICT H2020
SkAT-VG

SkAT-VG

Sketching Audio Technologies using Vocalizations and Gestures
European-ICT FP7
LEGOS

LEGOS

Sensori-motor learning in gesture-sound interactive systems
ANR (French National Research Agency) 2010–2012

Wave

WebAudio Visualization & Editing
ANR Contint
COSIMA

COSIMA

Collaborative Situated Media
ANR Contint

Physis

PHYsically informed and Semantically controllable Interactive Sound synthesis
ANR Contint 2012–2015

 

Labodanse

Labodanse

Université Paris 8
Labex SMART

Labex SMART

Université Pierre et Marie Curie

Completed Projects

ArtiMuse

ArtiMuse

Collaborative project between Ecole Polytechnique de l’Université de Thessalie and Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris (MINES ParisTech).
Topophonie

Topophonie

ANR (French National Research Agency) 2010–2012
Interlude

Interlude

ANR (French National Research Agency) 2009-2011

SAME

European-ICT FP7 (Information and Communication Technologies), 2008-2010

EarToy

ANR (French National Research Agency) 2007–2010

Sample Orchestrator

ANR (French National Research Agency) 2006–2009

2PIM/MI3

with PuceMuseANR (French National Research Agency) 2007–2010
I-MAESTRO

I-MAESTRO

European ICT FP6 (Information and Communication Technologies), 2005-2008
VoxStruments

VoxStruments

ANR (French National Research Agency) 2006–2009

Consonnes

ANR (French National Research Agency) 2006–2009
Semantic HIFI

Semantic HIFI

European ICT FP6 (Information and Communication Technologies), 2004-2006)

WindSet

French RIAM, 2004-2005

Related Posts

Conference // Events // News // Project // Software

COMO @MOCO’17

8 Jul , 2017  

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.

COMO is based on a software ecosystem developed by IRCAM, using XMM (see in particular xmm-soundworks-templateCollective Soundworkswaves.js. intergrating the RAPID-MIX API.

The idea behind the implementation of COMO is to have a distributed interactive machine learning architecture. It consists of lightweight client-side JavaScript libraries that enable recording gestures and performing analysis/recognition, and of a server performing the training and storage of statistical models.

Events // Project // Videos

CoSiMa: Expérimentations sonores @ Paris Face Cachée

17 Feb , 2015  

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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Events // Project

Legos Days II – Workshop on Movement, Sound and Learning

9 Feb , 2015  

March 2-3 2015, Ircam, Paris

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…

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Project // Videos

Gestural sonic interaction: the virtual bath tub

22 Jan , 2015   Video

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.

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