4th International Conference on Enactive Interfaces

Several IDMIL projects were presented recently at the Enactive/07 conference in Grenoble, France, including Dimple, DMI evaluation and Gesture control of sound spatialization. Two of the concerts produced at the conference used systems and software developed in the IDMIL: Arnaud Petit’s Concertino Nervoso, performed by McGill professor Fabrice Marandola; and the premiere of Sean Ferguson’s Miroirs, performed by ‘cellist and McGill Digital Orchestra member Chloé Dominguez. Miroirs featured non-conscious control of sound spatialization: inertial sensors were attached to the ‘cellist’s arms and features extracted from the sensor data were used to control spatial parameters of electronic portions of the piece.

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