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Transforming Transformation: “conclusions and future work”

May 4, 2016 - Transforming Transformation

Our AHRC Digital Transformations project “Transforming Transformation” officially finished last week, so I thought I’d share a few thoughts about how the project went and what our future directions might be. The aim of the project was to initiate a new human-centred approach to sound transformation that departs from existing approaches by allowing musicians and […]

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ICLI Paper accepted

April 18, 2016 - Transforming Transformation

Our paper titled ‘Approaches to Visualising the Spatial Position of Sound-objects’ has been accepted for publication as a paper and demo at the International Conference on Live Interfaces. The paper, brings together research conducted to-date as part of our AHRC-funded Transforming Transformation project, a collaboration with Glasgow School of Art’s Digital Design Studios and immersive […]

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EVA paper accepted

February 25, 2016 - Transforming Transformation

Our paper titled ‘Approaches to Visualising the Spatial Position of Sound-objects’ has been accepted for publication as a paper and demo at EVA London 2016. The paper, which draws heavily on research conducted as part of our AHRC-funded Transforming Transformation project explores ways in which sound spatial location and spatial trajectories can visualised in a […]

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Choosing technologies and frameworks

May 15, 2015 - Transforming Transformation

Choosing technologies and frameworks is an important early stage of any digital research project. Basing a project on the wrong tech can cost time and money, make systems harder to support, prohibit certain types of use, diminish user experience or result in early obsolescence. However, there is rarely (if ever) such a thing as a […]

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