Keyword(s):Electroacoustic Instruments , Gestural Interface , Interactive Instruments
In this article, the author offers an account of experiments with sound and physical interaction from a designer’s perspective based on his involvement in the development of gestural music instruments and electro-mechanical human interfaces. In particular, he discusses the Diamorphone or Bandit, a gestural musical interface consisting of a fibreglass wand that affects musical parameters in real-time through its manipulation.
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(English)Hawkins, Scott (2002). Wudu