Myo

The Wood And The Water

February 18, 2017 - Performances

After four months of hard work, the main outcome of the HarpCI project sees the light. The Wood And The Water for harp and electronics is composed by Eleanor Turner using MyoSpat. The performance explores principles of human-computer interaction in the field of musical performance. The performer, Eleanor Turner, elaborates the auditory and visual feedback through […]

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Call for beta testers

January 9, 2017 - Other

We are currently looking for beta testers to test and evaluate MyoSpat, a creative sound spatialisation system controllable through hand gestures developed by our PhD student Balandino Di Donato. The system aims to facilitate the creative use of sound spatialisation during live musical performance through easily learned hand gestures. MyoSpat is developed using the Myo armband, Myo Mapper, […]

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Dancing with Sound and Light

December 5, 2016 - Projects

Integra Lab is happy to announce a new project! James Dooley and Balandino Di Donato are currently collaborating with Sonia Sabri in an interactive audiovisual dance performance. Sonia Sabri has established an international reputation for presenting Kathak dance in a contemporary context. She creates work relevant to modern audiences, that is inspired by Indian and […]

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Towards grabbing and throwing sounds away

May 6, 2016 - MyoMapper

Over the last year, I’ve been working on the development of an interactive audio spatialiser designed to move a vocal sound during musical performance. I tried to solve this problem by empowering the user to position the sound within an acoustic space through orienting the arm in that position (read more about it). It was just a starting point towards […]

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esthesis: performance at MiXD

March 17, 2016 - Transforming Transformation

As part of our AHRC Digital Transformations project “Transforming Transformation” we commissioned a new artistic work to explore the concept of transforming sound through touch-free interaction within a creative context. To say we are delighted with the results would be an understatement! esthesis, the new system and work by composer and sound artist James Dooley […]

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Visit at K-Array laboratories

August 4, 2015 - MyoMapper

Everything began when I first saw the following video regarding the K-Array KW8 speakers (aka Owl). After I saw such video, I just wrote an e-mail to the K-Array team about my interest to use such technology in combination with gestural devices. They answered positively, and after a couple of weeks, I had a video […]

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MyoMapper (beta version)

July 16, 2015 - MyoMapper

Just back from ICAD15, where students and researchers asked me about the system I’ve used to hack the Myo armband. When I just started to work with the Myo I’ve developed Myo2MIDI, which is a Myo connector able to convert Myo data into MIDI values. However this solution wasn’t the best one, because of rescaling and centring issues. […]

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