Multi-Touch Interfaces for Phantom Source Positioning in Live Sound Diffusion

@inproceedings{Johnson2013MultiTouchIF,
  title={Multi-Touch Interfaces for Phantom Source Positioning in Live Sound Diffusion},
  author={Bridget Johnson and Ajay Kapur},
  booktitle={NIME},
  year={2013}
}
This paper presents a new technique for interface-driven diffusion performance. Details outlining the development of a new tabletop surface-based performance interface, named tactile.space, are discussed. User interface and amplitude panning processes employed in the creation of tactile.space are focused upon, and are followed by a user study-based evaluation of the interface. It is hoped that the techniques described in this paper afford performers and composers an enhanced level of creative… CONTINUE READING

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