Interfaces for expressive interaction, scratching and more
Kjetil Falkenberg Hansen
This seminar will be a report from two conferences and a visit to Iceland.
The first part is a short review of scratch- and DJ-related research projects presented at the NIME conference in Paris (NIME stands for New Interfaces for Musical Expression).
The second part is a summary of my three-week visit to the Iceland Academy of the Arts in Reykjavik earlier this year (a so-called Short Term Scientific Mission). Students at a course there built, presented and evaluated a number of interactive art projects that all used sensors to allow expressive performances.
The last part reports from the first Nordic music technology conference, NoMute, held in Trondheim.