BoSSA: The Deconstructed Violin Reconstructed

@inproceedings{Trueman1999BoSSATD,
  title={BoSSA: The Deconstructed Violin Reconstructed},
  author={Dan Trueman and Perry R. Cook},
  booktitle={ICMC},
  year={1999}
}
Traditional musical instruments provide compelling metaphors for human-computer interfacing, both in terms of input (physical, gestural performance activities) and output (sound diffusion). The violin, one of the most refined and expressive of traditional instruments, combines a peculiar physical interface with a rich acoustic diffuser. We have built a new instrument that includes elements of both the violin's physical performance interface and its spatial filtering audio diffuser, yet… CONTINUE READING

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