Monthly Archives: May 2011
Bill Verplank, the man who developed the graphical user interface (GUI), the mouse and the term “Interaction design”, interacted with ORFI at the NIME conference. Ha seemed very pleased with the tactile interface and the advanced musical possibilities of ORFI. … Continue reading
The ORFI installation was exhibited at the The International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression, NIME, in Oslo from 29. May – 1 June. Birgitta Cappelen and Anders-Petter Andersson also presented their paper Expanding the Role of the instrument at the … Continue reading
Birgitta Cappelen and Anders-Petter Andersson presented their paper Design for Co-creation with interactive montage at the 4th Nordic Design Research Conference, NORDES 2011 in Helsinki the 31. May 2011.
A new paper on identity creation through musical interaction has been published by Karette Stensæth in the new anthology on Music and Identity (norwegian), NMH – publikasjoner 2011:3 Skriftserie fra Senter for musikk og helse.
Karette Stensæth and Even Ruud gave a presentation at the Third Norwegian Conference on Music Therapy at Fana, Bergen May 20-21, 2011. The title of their presentation were: Instruments as Artefacts. About the research project RHYME and the use of … Continue reading
On May 17. 2011 Birgitta Cappelen and Anders-Petter Andersson in the RHYME team presented the paper Co-created Staging – Situating Installations at the Interactive Media Art Conference at the RE-NEW festival at the IT-university in Copenhagen.
The two first weeks of May Birgitta Cappelen and Anders-Petter Andersson have been working on developing new tactile textile sensors for the new generation of prototypes at the Textile Department at Khio in Oslo. The challenge is to develop a … Continue reading
May 10. Karette Stensæth presented RHYME in two meetings for all relevant staff members at Haug School. The RHYME group, goals and Haugs participation were presented and discussed.