Tag Archives: Internet of things

Developing 4th generation, distributed and social media

Currently we are working intensively with the development of the 4th generation of Co-creative Tangibles. The 4th generation of Co-creative Tangibles are in the project plan defined as “distributed and social media”.  In the RHYME project this means that the users … Continue reading

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4th Generation Hardware under development

During the RHYME project so far we have developed a number of hardware platforms. This has been necessary because existing platforms (smartphone, Arduino e.g.)  do not directly offer the functionality and combinations we need, regarding diverse sensors and actuators such as light and speakers. It … Continue reading

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RHYME at Innovation camp – sound and light in health care

14. May 2013 members of  RHYME development team participated in an Innovation camp about innovative sound and lighting technologies in health institutions to gain new perspectives, user-insights and a wider network within the field. The Innovation camp was arranged by Innovation network … Continue reading

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Video of the 3rd Generation student projects are online!

Here are videoes of the student projects from the Sensorial and Musical Interaction course at AHO 2012. Stian Ruud recorded video during the exhibition 2. November and edited short video clips to put on Vimeo. All the Musicking Tangibles are … Continue reading

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Amazing student projects

Friday 2. November the master course in Tangible Interaction, Sensorial and Musical Interaction at AHO, ended with an open student presentation and exhibition. Birgitta started the presentation by giving an overview over the RHYME project, the student courses led by … Continue reading

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Students create new Musicking Tangibles concepts

       The second week of the course Sensorial and Musical interaction the students assignment was to develop new concepts of Musicking Tangibles. The Musicking Tangibles had to be wireless, interactive things, that motivated the whole family to music together in … Continue reading

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Reflect in Berlin

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

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RHYME presented 2 fullpapers at ICCHP 2012

RHYME presented and published  two fullpapers at ICCHP 2012 in Linz in July. ICCHP is one of the most important conferences concerning technology and disability. The papers is published in Proceedings by Springer Verlag. One of the papers with the title “RHYME – Musicking … Continue reading

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RHYME keynote and workshop at NMTC 2012

We are very proud and happy that Karette Stensæth was invited to hold a keynote lecture at the 7th Nordic Music Therapy Congress. The theme of the conference is “Music therapy models, methods and techniques “. Karette’s lecture about the RHYME project was … Continue reading

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RHYME at Universal Design 2012

The RHYME project were extensively represented at the most important international conference within Universal Design, UD2012.  Birgitta Cappelen and Anders-Petter Andersson presented two papers with the titles “Designing for Musicking” and “Openness for Diversity”, and Jo Herstad presented his paper “Interaction … Continue reading

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