Great news this week: IDMIL researchers had 7 papers accepted for publication at the 2022 International Conference on New Interfaces or Musical Expression (out of 7 submissions, i.e. 100% success!)
This year’s conference will take place virtually from June 28 to July 1st and is organized by Waipapa Taumata Rau, Aotearoa, The University of Auckland, New Zealand.
This year’s papers and authors are:
- “ForceHost: An Open-source Toolchain for Generating Firmware Embedding the Authoring and Rendering of Audio and Force-feedback Haptics”, by Christian Frisson, Mathias Kirkegaard, Thomas Pietrzak and Marcelo M. Wanderley (Full paper)
- “Slapbox: Redesign of a Digital Musical Instrument Towards Reliable Long-Term Practice”, by Brady Boettcher, John Sullivan and Marcelo M. Wanderley (Full paper)
- “MappEMG: Making Perceptible Through Smartphone Vibrations Expressive Non-Visible Gestural Features in the Context of Classical Music Performance”, by Felipe Verdugo, Amedeo Ceglia, Christian Frisson, Alexandre Burton, Mickael Begon, Sylvie Gibet and Marcelo M. Wanderley (Full paper)
- “Introducing the t-Tree: A t-Stick-Based DMI and Hub For Performance and Installation”, by Linnea Kirby, Paul Buser and Marcelo M. Wanderley (Short paper)
- “Mapper4Live: Using Control Structures to Embed Complex Mapping Tools into Music Production Environments”, by Brady Boettcher, Johnty Wang, Joseph Malloch and Marcelo M. Wanderley (Short paper)
- “Pitch Fingering Systems and the Search for Perfection”, by Travis West
- “Early Prototypes and Artistic Practice with the Mubone”, by Travis West
Congratulations to all!