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The KarmetiK NotomotoN: A New Breed of Musical Robot for Teaching and Performance

@inproceedings{Kapur2011TheKN,
  title={The KarmetiK NotomotoN: A New Breed of Musical Robot for Teaching and Performance},
  author={Ajay Kapur and Michael Darling and Jim W. Murphy and Jordan Hochenbaum and Dimitri Diakopoulos and Eric Trimpin},
  booktitle={NIME},
  year={2011}
}
  • Ajay Kapur, Michael Darling, +3 authors Eric Trimpin
  • Published in NIME 2011
  • Computer Science
  • This paper describes the KarmetiK NotomotoN, a new musical robotic system for performance and education. A long time goal of the authors has been to provide users with plug-andplay, highly expressive musical robot system with a high degree of portability. This paper describes the technical details of the NotomotoN, and discusses its use in performance and educational scenarios. Detailed tests performed to optimize technical aspects of the NotomotoN are described to highlight usability and… CONTINUE READING

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