|Title||Let Me Listen to Your Brain: Physiology-based Interaction in Collaborative Music Composition |
|Publication Type||Miscellaneous |
|Year of Publication||2011 |
|Authors||Mealla, S., Väljamäe A., Bosi M., & Jordà S. |
|Keywords||biofeedback, Collaboration, Hybrid BCI, meaningful interaction., Music, Physiological Computing, reactable, sonification, Tabletops, Tangible User Interfaces |
|Abstract||The use of physiology-based interaction in collaborative scenarios is a rapidly developing area of research that has a strong potential for innovative applications. This aspect of Physiological Computing has become an important topic for our research group, where we focus on the enhancement of collaborative music generation experiences by combining explicit, gestural interaction with implicit, unconscious interaction using physiological signals. By following this approach, we aim to develop new expressive multimodal interfaces capable of bringing meaningful collaborative experiences for both entertainment and clinical applications.
|Full Document||files/publications/CHI2011_mealla.pdf |