Tag Archives: Embodied Interaction
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
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 have been invited to present the sound art projects, “AHNE & Tension”, and interactive dance performance, “Raja”, at the “Design Can Change!” exhibition in Shenzhen, China. This exhibition will be hold from 12th May to 16th Jun 2013 and … Continue reading
Koray Tahiroğlu will be presenting the “PESI Extended System: In Space, On Body, with 3 Musicians” paper at 13th International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME) in Daejeon + Seoul, Korea Republic, May 27-30. This paper is one … Continue reading
SOPI researchers, Simon Overstall and Valtteri Wikström, will be presenting the “MARSUI: Malleable Audio-Reactive Shape-retaining User Interface” project at the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI 2013 in Paris 27 April – 02 May. MARSUI is … Continue reading
We were at Audio Mostly 2012, Corfu Koray Tahiroğlu’s keynote, “Capture the Sound and Release it in the Air: Across the Exploratory and Extensive Sound Interactions”.
SOPI research group will be conducting a user-testing experiment between the 28th November and 1st December. The experiment will involve user-led interpretation and control of sound through gesture in a musical context. Anyone can participate, no prerequisite knowledge or experience … 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