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Musical Gestures: concepts and methods in research
In the last decade, cognitive science underwent a change of paradigm by bringing human movement into the focus of research. Concepts such as ‘embodiment’ and ‘enactive’ have been proposed as core…
Using computer-based video analysis in the study of fidgety movements.
Action-sound : developing methods and tools to study music-related body movement
- A. Jensenius
A taxonomy of music-related body movements is presented, before various observation studies of perceiver’s music-movement correspondences are presented, showing that both novices and experts alike seem to associate various types of body movement with features in the musical sound.
Early prediction of cerebral palsy by computer‐based video analysis of general movements: a feasibility study
- L. Adde, J. Helbostad, A. Jensenius, G. Taraldsen, K. H. Grunewaldt, R. Støen
- Medicine, PsychologyDevelopmental medicine and child neurology
- 1 August 2010
This study investigated the predictive value of a computer‐based video analysis of the development of cerebral palsy in young infants with a focus on children aged four to six months.
Mumyo - evaluating and exploring the myo armband for musical interaction
It is concluded that, despite some shortcomings, the armband has potential of becoming a new "standard" controller in the NIME community.
Playing "Air Instruments": Mimicry of Sound-Producing Gestures by Novices and Experts
Both musicians and non-musicians can often be seen making sound-producing gestures in the air without touching any real instruments, and studying the relationships between these gestures and sound might contribute to the authors' knowledge of how gestures help structure the experience of music.
EPiCS: Engineering Proprioception in Computing Systems
- Tobias Becker, Andreas Agne, S. Stilkerich
- Computer ScienceIEEE 15th International Conference on…
- 5 December 2012
The EPiCS Project aims to address aspects of functionality and performance that are no longer the only aspects when developing applications for such systems, and additional concerns such as flexibility, power efficiency, resource usage, reliability and cost are becoming increasingly important.
Pleasurable and Intersubjectively Embodied Experiences of Electronic Dance Music
How do dancers engage with electronic dance music (EDM) when dancing? This paper reports on an empirical study of dancers' pleasurable engagement with three structural properties of EDM: (1)…
Body Movement in Music Information Retrieval
The challenge now in MIR is to develop means for the extraction and representation of movement-inducing cues from musical sound, as well as to develop possibilities for using body movement as input to search and navigation interfaces in M IR.
Towards a Coherent Terminology and Model of Instrument Description and Design
The framework is meant as an aid in the development of a coherent terminology for describing, comparing and discussing different musical instruments and musical instrument designs.