The piece Five Out of Six by Christopher Trapani for small ensemble and electronics won the the ICMC 2014 Best Piece Award (Americas).
The piece makes extensive use of CataRT to play precise microtonal chords with lively timbres More…
DIRTI for iPad, the world’s first tapioca interface, lets young children control an audiovisual experience by playing with a bowl of tapioca.
The project has been nominated for the prestigious IxDA interaction design awards, and the people’s choice award is now open for voting by going to http://awards.ixda.org/entry/2014/dirti-for-ipad/vote.
The Interlude project, coordinated by our team won the ANR Award: “Prix ANR du Numérique 2013 – Impact sociétal”. More…
CataRT has been chosen out of 29 submissions of new musical instruments by 2 upcoming composers within the Inventor Composer Coaction. Jessica Aslan and Christos Michalakos will both write a piece for CataRT and the Red Note ensemble, to be premiered May 9 in Edinburgh.
The MO from the Interlude project won the First Prize of the Margaret Guthman Musical Instrument Competition at Georgia Tech’s Center for Music Technology.
Read the review on CreateDigitalMusic: “Human Gestures Power Winners of Guthman Competition“