Technische Universität Dresden

Technische Visualistik

Shaping Sounds – A Vision for Tangible Music Interaction

Mensch & Computer 2013: Interaktive Vielfalt

Abstract

In this video the idea of music composing with an elastic tabletop including tangible objects embedded into its surface is described. An elastic display dynamically creates several physical shapes representing different music samples for interaction. The shapes can be activated and manipulated by the user to arrange the associated samples. The key benefits of this form of interaction are the intuitive use, the ability to playfully explore music and the expressiveness of the physical representation of sound.

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BibTex entry formatted

Walther, Sebastian; Müller, Mathias; Brade, Marius & Groh, Rainer (2013). Shaping Sounds - A Vision for Tangible Music Interaction. In: Mensch & Computer 2013: Interaktive Vielfalt - Visionen der Mensch-Computer-Interaktion

BibTex entry

@inproceedings{mci/walther2013, author = {Walther, Sebastian AND Müller, Mathias AND Brade, Marius AND Groh, Rainer}, title = {Shaping Sounds - A Vision for Tangible Music Interaction}, booktitle = {Mensch & Computer 2013: Interaktive Vielfalt - Visionen der Mensch-Computer-Interaktion}, year = {2013} }