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We will have 2 new projects starting in January 2018, Vibrating Instruments in Virtual Reality (VIVR): Creative Content Production in VR with Cohesive Sense of Reality and Laser String Kantele, more info in the project section.
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
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
Two of my interactive pieces, Toucher 4 1 and Take a walk, were performed by emerging percussionist, Hai-Ting Liao, at the Conservatoire de Paris (CNSMDP) on 20/05/2011. Take a walk by Chi-Hsia Lai Take a walk is an interactive and … Continue reading
This is a video was recorded March 10, 2011 at the Jyväskylä Art Museum where Matti Niinimäki (Research Assistant, SOPI) performed using gesture based controllers from his Mixed Up series. This performance was part of the Live Herring 11 exhibition, Text | … Continue reading
Sound and Physical Interaction (SOPI), a new research group in the Department of Media, is focusing on sound and its emerging role in designing new ways of interactions between humans through digital environments. The group’s mission is to investigate and … Continue reading