Congratulations to Gabriella Isaac (MA Digital Culture), who has been accepted to present a poster on her practice and research into haptic interfaces at NIME 2017, Aalborg University, Copenhagen (24% acceptance rate). The project, which involves a force-feedback controller mapped to dynamic virtual terrains, was developed as part of Lauren Hayes' Enacting Performance Environments class, and was also mentored by Todd Ingalls. Title Cross-Modal Terrains: Navigating Sonic Sp
In collaboration with Jessica Rajko (School of Film, Dance and Theatre) real-time musical performance was combined with haptic composition, where six tactile transducers were positioned throughout the audience, and several household items were excited using sound. How do we perform data, and how does data perform us?
Our lives are increasingly entangled in digital spaces, yet we struggle to find common understandings of what it means to live digital lives. Me, My Quantified