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Augmented Reality Interface for Electronic Music Performance

@inproceedings{Poupyrev2001AugmentedRI,
  title={Augmented Reality Interface for Electronic Music Performance},
  author={Ivan Poupyrev and Rodney Berry and Mark Billinghurst and Hirokazu Kato and K. Nakao and L. Baldwin and Jun Kurumisawa},
  year={2001}
}
Starting from the days of the Musical Telegraph, the first electronic instrument, the majority of synthesizers today are still equipped with keyboards, often using the traditional layout of acoustic pianos. The question that many researchers attempt to answer is that of improvement. In this paper we present an Augmented Groove, a novel musical instrument that attempts to depart from traditional approaches to musical performance, i.e. use keyboards, dials or simulated traditional musical… Expand
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