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In our daily interactions with technology, we have accepted digital reproductions of others' voice and image as alternatives to the real ones. This paper examines human perception and sensitivity towards detecting the immediacy and relevance of responses in telecommunication. We studied participant interactions in our participatory performance piece, "The(More)
This paper presents the Tibetan Singing Prayer Wheel, a hand-held, wireless, sensor-based musical instrument with a human-computer interface that simultaneously processes vocals and synthesizes sound based on the performer's hand gestures with a one-to-many mapping strategy. A physical model simulates the singing bowl, while a modal reverberator and a(More)
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