The Creation of a Multi-Human, Multi-Robot Interactive Jam Session

@inproceedings{Weinberg2009TheCO,
  title={The Creation of a Multi-Human, Multi-Robot Interactive Jam Session},
  author={Gil Weinberg and Brian Blosser and Trishul Mallikarjuna and Aparna Raman},
  booktitle={NIME},
  year={2009}
}
This paper presents an interactive and improvisational jam session, including human players and two robotic musicians. The project was developed in an effort to create novel and inspiring music through human-robot collaboration. The jam session incorporates Shimon, a newly-developed socially-interactive robotic marimba player, and Haile, a perceptual robotic percussionist developed in previous work. The paper gives an overview of the musical perception modules, adaptive improvisation modes and… CONTINUE READING
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