Corpus ID: 2592028

Designing and Building Expressive Robotic Guitars

@inproceedings{Murphy2013DesigningAB,
  title={Designing and Building Expressive Robotic Guitars},
  author={Jim W. Murphy and James McVay and Ajay Kapur and Dale Anthony Carnegie},
  booktitle={NIME},
  year={2013}
}
  • Jim W. Murphy, James McVay, +1 author Dale Anthony Carnegie
  • Published in NIME 2013
  • Computer Science
  • This paper provides a history of robotic guitars and bass guitars as well as a discussion of the design, construction, and evaluation of two new robotic instruments. Throughout the paper, a focus is made on different techniques to extend the expressivity of robotic guitars. Swivel and MechBass, two new robots, are built and discussed. Construction techniques of likely interest to other musical roboticists are included. These robots use a variety of techniques, both new and inspired by prior… CONTINUE READING

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