- NIME 2016 conference – full package presentations
- —– Looking for Test Users, next week, 20-23.01 —-
- 10th anniversary – Composing with Pure Data (Data Flow Programming Language) course
- Release of PESI Extended System, available for Open Source distribution
- Looking for Test Users – between 16th-19th June and 23rd-27th June
Author Archives: Koray Tahiroğlu
We will attend NIME’16 conference in Brisbane between 11 – 15 July, presenting; our paper “Non-intrusive Counter-actions: Maintaining Progressively Engaging Interactions for Music Performance”, music performance of the composition “KET Conversations” and poster on “Materiality for Musical Expressions: an Approach … Continue reading
—– Looking for Test Users, next week, 20-23.01 —- Dear Media Labbers, Since the last data gathering session, we worked hard and developed/implemented NOISA instruments and the related interactive system. Now they are ready for your feedback/evaluation/comments/suggestions. We are currently … Continue reading
This year, we are celebrating the 10th anniversary of Composing with Pure Data (Data Flow Programming Language) course !! The course has been part of the compulsory studies for the major in Sound in New Media, currently it is one … Continue reading
I am very happy to announce the Open Source release of PESI extended system developed at SOPI research group. This system is designed for co-located collaboration, providing spatial opportunities for musical exploration. The software system includes 2 main components; PESI_OnBody … Continue reading
Dear friends and colleagues, Sound and Physical Interaction – SOPI research group will be conducting a user-test study between the 16th-19th June and 23rd-27th June. We are currently looking for volunteers willing to give a half an hour of their … Continue reading
We will present our current research project NOISA today at Department of Media, Aalto University DEMO DAY !! Miestentie 3 13:00 onwards- http://sopi.media.taik.fi/research/noisa/
We shared the stage with Thomas Bjelkeborn and Philippe Moenne-Loccoz, playing live-electronics at Fylkingen as a part of Lamour event. The musical instruments and the interactive system that have been used in this performance are the research outcomes of the … Continue reading
on Thursday and Friday 28th/29th November, we visited Design Lab, Koc University (http://designlab.ku.edu.tr/) Istanbul for a seminar talk and tutoring sessions together with Morten Fjeld from t2i interaction lab.
Open Position – A Doctoral Student and/or A Research Assistant position. http://www.aalto.fi/en/current/jobs/teaching_and_research/doctoral_student_and-or_research_assistant-aalto_arts/ The deadline for applications is December, 2nd 2013.
SOPI research group will be conducting a user-test study between the 28th October and 1st November. The experiment will involve user-led interpretation and use of the FLINT interface. Anyone can participate, no prerequisite knowledge or experience is required. We are … Continue reading