Practical Hardware and Algorithms for Creating Haptic Musical Instruments

@inproceedings{Berdahl2008PracticalHA,
  title={Practical Hardware and Algorithms for Creating Haptic Musical Instruments},
  author={Edgar Berdahl and Hans-Christoph Steiner and Collin Oldham},
  booktitle={NIME},
  year={2008}
}
The music community has long had a strong interest in haptic technology. Recently, more effort has been put into making it more and more accessible to instrument designers. This paper covers some of these technologies with the aim of helping instrument designers add haptic feedback to their instruments. We begin by giving a brief overview of practical actuators. Next, we compare and contrast using embedded microcontrollers versus general purpose computers as controllers. Along the way, we… CONTINUE READING
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