Seminar on Embodied human-computer interactions during musical performance at DISI, University of Trento

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This seminar will focus on the application of Human-Computer Interaction principles to Music, so to encourage a natural and embodied interaction with interactive audiovisual software during performance. During the lecture will be presented different commercial technologies, commonly used in industrial applications, gaming and VR applications, and how these have been transformed into musical instruments through a User-Centered Design process and by taking advantage of Interactive-Machine Learning.


This seminar is organised by DISI – University of Trento. Further event information.

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