Application of new Fiber and Malleable Materials for Agile Development of Augmented Instruments and Controllers

@inproceedings{Freed2008ApplicationON,
  title={Application of new Fiber and Malleable Materials for Agile Development of Augmented Instruments and Controllers},
  author={Adrian Freed},
  booktitle={NIME},
  year={2008}
}
The paper introduces new fiber and malleable materials, including piezoresistive fabric and conductive heat-shrink tubing, and shows techniques and examples of how they may be used for rapid prototyping and agile development of musical instrument controllers. New implementations of well-known designs are covered as well as enhancements of existing controllers. Finally, two new controllers are introduced that are made possible by these recently available materials and construction techniques. 

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