Luc Nijs

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Interactive music systems offer new possibilities to support instrumental music teaching by providing a corporeally grounded experience as a basis for understanding music and music playing. In this paper we introduce the Music Paint Machine, a device that enables music performers to make a painting on a computer screen by playing their instrument. It is(More)
In this paper we report on the results of an experiment on the experience of flow and presence while engaging with an interactive music system, the Music Paint Machine. This music system provides a game-like environment in which a musician can create a digital painting by playing an acoustic musical instrument, by moving the body in different directions,(More)
This paper presents the concept and the realisation of an interactive multimedia installation, called BilliArT, together with an explorative user study conducted on the data gathered during a public exhibition of the installation. The study concerns functional properties of the installation (e.g. usability, design quality) and subjective qualities of the(More)
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