Jochen Feitsch

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This paper presents an interactive media installation that aims at providing users with the experience to sing like an opera singer from the 19th century. We designed a set of tangible and body-related interaction and feedback techniques and developed a singing voice synthesizer system that is controlled by the user's mouth shapes and gestures. This musical(More)
This paper addresses the challenge of empathizing with audiovisual sense impairments, e.g. in the case of elderly people or people with special needs. The developed system aims at providing users with the experience of diminished sight and hearing. We designed a system that can simulate several disease patterns, focusing on but not limited to limitations(More)
We present a system that allows users to experience singing without singing using gesture-based interaction techniques. We designed a set of body-related interaction and multi-modal feedback techniques and developed a singing voice synthesizer system that is controlled by the user's mouth shapes and arm gestures. Based on the adaption of a number of digital(More)
In this poster paper we describe an ongoing project that aims at providing users with the experience to sing like a tenor from the 20<sup>th</sup> century. We combine 3D body tracking, face recognition and morphing, sound synthesis and 3D character rendering into an interactive media application. Although this project is still in a preliminary stage, first(More)
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