Tag Archives: NIME
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
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
We are @ NIME 2012 The conference paper “A Qualitative Evaluation of Augmented Human-Human Interaction in Mobile Group Improvisation” Poster presentation “A Survey and Thematic Analysis Approach as Input to the Design of Mobile Music GUIs” Poster presentation “Strategies for … Continue reading
Poster presentation at the NIME 2011 conference, Oslo 30.05- 02.06, Raja – A Multidisciplinary Artistic Performance