• Published 2018

Music and Biocomputing : Is Music Biotech the New Computer Music ?

@inproceedings{Miranda2018MusicAB,
  title={Music and Biocomputing : Is Music Biotech the New Computer Music ?},
  author={Eduardo Reck Miranda and Edward Braund and Satvik Venkatesh},
  year={2018}
}
Our research concerns the development of biocomputers using electronic components grown out of biological material. This paper reports the development of an unprecedented biological memristor and an approach to using such a biomemristors to build interactive generative music systems. The memristor is a relatively less well-known electronic component regarded as a resistor with memory. After an introduction to harnessing the Physarum polycephalum organism to implement biomemristors, the paper… CONTINUE READING

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