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devices: gaggle gagglina wired threads glyphs metapiano digiphone
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Glyphs v1.0 (Katy Price and Andrew Nightingale)
Marcelophone (Threads) v0.0
Wired Triggered Kings Place v1.0
Wired Mini v0.1
Wired Maxi v0.1
About the devices and interactive compositions
For a number of years Richard Hoadley has been investigating the development of a series of devices investigating links between music performance and expression and physical expression.
Currently, the compositions and projects include:
The devices include:
These devices have been supported by Anglia Ruskin University Digital Performance Laboratory and CoDE.
In collaboration with a number of others, including Tom Hall, Jane Turner, Cheryl Frances-Hoad I am in the process of investigating further new developments in the links between dance, movement and music.
Gaggle music interface: performance 2 at HCI2009 (25MB) from Richard Hoadley on Vimeo.
Triggered / 1: Intro @ New Materialism Conference, June 2010, Cambridge UK from Richard Hoadley on Vimeo.
Triggered / 3: Melodia @ New Materialism Conference, June 2010, Cambridge UK from Richard Hoadley on Vimeo.
Triggered / 5: Conclusion @ New Materialism Conference, June 2010, Cambridge UK from Richard Hoadley on Vimeo.
Gaggle Demo at MIST Conference, March 2010, Cambridge UK from Richard Hoadley on Vimeo.
Other and higher resolution videos of Gaggle performances are available at Videos on Vimeo.