Wed Apr 17
Students present demos of their research projects for the Minor in Applied Music Technology. This semester the projects include a 3D-printed violin with wireless sensors, a study of LEDs and synesthetic colours for music, a glove that controls vocal effects in heavy metal music, a remapped percussion controller, a colour-controlled synthesizer/sequencer, and a wireless head-mounted audio controller for Virtual Reality.
C.H.I.M.I.R.A.: Colour-Hearing Interface + Motion-Image Relaying Apparatus
A Wireless Glove Controller for Video and Audio Effects
DRUMI : Digital Remote Using a Multi-percussion Interface
FoToGesAAV: Force, Touch, Gesturally Activated Augmented Violin
Convincing Real-time Virtual Audio
2:00 pm, Barnett Hall
From wearable instruments to 3D-printed violins
Created eight years ago as a ‘laboratory where music meets technology,’ the Sonic UBC Laptop Sounds and Sensors Class (SUBCLASS) has become a hothouse of innovation.
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