Ballroom - Monday May 21, 2012


9:00-9:15 Opening Remarks

Georg Essl, Jason Corey


9:15-10:30 Keynote 1: David Wessel

Composing Instruments that we can Touch


11:00-12:30 Paper Session I – Actuation and Visualization


11:00-11:25 Pencil Fields: An Expressive Low-Tech Performance Interface for Analog Synthesis

Palle Dahlstedt


11:25-11:45 Left and right-hand guitar playing techniques detection

Loïc Reboursière, Otso Lähdeoja, Thomas Drugman, Stéphane Dupont, Cécile Picard-Limpens, Nicolas Riche


11:45-12:10 Temporal Control In the EyeHarp Gaze-Controlled Musical


Zacharias Vamvakousis, Rafael Ramirez


12:10-12:30 Investigation of Gesture Controlled Articulatory Vocal Synthesizer using a Bio-Mechanical Mapping Layer

Johnty Wang, Nicolas d’Alessandro, Sidney Fels, Robert Pritchard


2:30-3:30 Paper Session II – Augmented Instruments I


2:30-2:50 Further Developments in the Electromagnetically Sustained Rhodes Piano

Greg Shear, Matthew Wright


2:50-3:10 A Qualitative Evaluation of Augmented Human-Human

Interaction in Mobile Group Improvisation

Roberto Pugliese, Koray Tahiroglu, Callum Goddard, James Nesfield


3:10-3:30 The EMvibe: An Electromagnetically Actuated Vibraphone

N. Cameron Britt, Jeff Snyder, Andrew McPherson


4:00-5:00 Paper Session III – Gesture


4:00-4:20 Musical Interaction with Hand Posture and Orientation: A Toolbox of Gestural Control Mechanisms

Thomas Mitchell, Sebastian Madgwick, Imogen Heap


4:20-4:40 Digito: A Fine-Grain Gesturally Controlled Virtual Musical Instrument

Nicholas Gillian, Joseph A. Paradiso


4:40-5:00 VOICON: An Interactive Gestural Microphone For Vocal Performance

Yongki Park, Hoon Heo, Kyogu Lee