Musical Applications of Electric Field Sensing

@article{Paradiso1997MusicalAO,
  title={Musical Applications of Electric Field Sensing},
  author={J. Paradiso and N. Gershenfeld},
  journal={Computer Music Journal},
  year={1997},
  volume={21},
  pages={69}
}
The Theremin was one of the first electronic musical instruments, yet it provides a degree of expressive real-time control that remains lacking in most modern electronic music interfaces. Underlying the deceptively simple capacitance measurement used by it and its descendants are a number of surprisingly interesting current transport mechanisms that can be used to inexpensively , unobtrusively, robustly, and remotely detect the position of people and objects. We review the relevant physics… Expand
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