Ballroom - Tuesday May 22nd 2012


9:00-10:30 Paper Session IV - Tabletop/Multitouch/Laptop


9:00-9:25 Towards fast multi-point force and hit detection in tabletops using mechanically intercoupled Force Sensing Resistors

Mathieu Bosi, Sergi Jordà


9:25-9:45 TouchKeys: Capacitive Multi-Touch Sensing on a Physical Keyboard

Andrew McPherson


9:45-10:05 Wicked Problems and Design Considerations in Composing for Laptop Orchestra

Luke Dahl


10:05-10:30 Collaborative Composition and Socially Constructed Instruments: Ensemble Laptop Performance Through the Lens of Ethnography

Graham Booth, Michael Gurevich


11:00-12:30 Paper Session V - Machine Learning


11:00-11:20 Unsupervised Play: Machine Learning Toolkit for Max

Benjamin D. Smith, Guy E. Garnett


11:20-11:45 Exploring Reinforcement Learning for Mobile Percussive


Nate Derbinsky, Georg Essl


11:45-12:05 Liveness and Flow in Notation Use

Chris Nash, Alan Blackwell


12:05-12:30 Movement to Emotions to Music: Using Whole Body Emotional Expression as an Interaction for Electronic Music Generation

Alexis Clay, Nadine Couture, Elodie Decarsin, Myriam Desainte-Catherine, Pierre-Henri Vulliard, Joseph Larralde


2:30-3:30 Paper Session VI - Mobile


2:30-2:50 Comparing Motion Data from an iPod Touch to an Optical Infrared Marker-Based Motion Capture System

Kristian Nymoen, Arve Voldsund, Ståle A. Skogstad, Alexander Refsum Jensenius, Jim Torresen


2:50-3:10 massMobile - an Audience Participation Framework

Nathan Weitzner, Jason Freeman, Stephen Garrett, Yan-Ling Chen


3:10-3:30 AuRal: A Mobile Interactive System for Geo-Locative Audio Synthesis

Jesse Allison, Christian Dell