Seminar by Professor Atau Tanaka - May 24, 2018
From Roberto Bresin on May 25th, 2019
Professor of Media Computing, Department of Computing, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
Embodied Musical Interaction
In this talk I discuss how the concept of embodied interaction can be one way to think about music interaction. I look at a phenomenological, participatory definition of embodied interaction, and propose how the three "paradigms" of HCI can serve as a way to consider types of music interaction. I use this conceptual framework to discuss three different musical projects-Haptic Wave, Form Follows Sound, and BioMuse.