Tag Archives: Interactive Art
RHYME member Birgitta Cappelen has been invited to be a member in the ArcInTex network initiated by the Swedish School of Textiles at the University of Borås. The first workshop will take place in Borås 24-25 September 2012. ArcInTex is … Continue reading
This year’s co-creative tangibles are mobile and wireless. We have developed 3 new, additional to last years, hardware mobile platforms to test different concepts and combinations of hardware and software. It has been a challenge to include speakers, microphone and sensors … Continue reading
During July and August the RHYME development team (Fredrik, Anders-Petter and Birgitta) is working intensively to develop new solutions for light, sensory stimulation, interaction, battery, projection and mobile musical communication based on smart phones. Wireless communication and devices have large limitations compared to … Continue reading
Three Student Projects from the “Musical Interaction and e-textile” course this fall were exhibited at the yearly AHO WORKS exhibition. The three projects were Candy Mountain Express, Hysj and Slenduro. All photos Stian K. Ruud.
During the empirical studies of ORFI at Haug School this spring, many wishes and requirements were proposed and formulated. The music and health professionals wanted the sound source to be close to the interaction place, similar to how acoustic instruments … Continue reading
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
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.