Researchers at the IDMIL submitted eleven papers, two performances and a workshop proposal to the NIME 2021 conference, a record number for the lab. We are very pleased to announce that 13 contributions have been accepted! This year, only the top 55% of completed paper submissions were accepted, making this achievement even more remarkable.
Congratulations to all! We are looking forward to contributing to a great conference.
Below is a list of accepted contributions.
- “Comparative latency analysis of optical and inertial motion capture systems for gestural analysis and performance” by Geise Santos Johnty Wang, Carolina Medeiros, Marcelo M. Wanderley, Tiago Tavares, and Anderson Rocha.
- “A Visualization Tool to Explore Interactive Sound Installations” by Valérian Fraisse, Marcelo M. Wanderley and Catherine Guastavino
- “Documentation and Replicability in the NIME Community” by Filipe Calegario, Christian Frisson, Vincent Cusson, Eduardo Meneses, João Tragtenberg, Joseph Malloch, and Marcelo M. Wanderley
- “Embracing Less Common Evaluation Strategies for Studying User Experience in NIME” by P. J. Charles Reimer and Marcelo M. Wanderley
- “Le Bâton: A Digital Musical Instrument Based on the Chaotic Triple Pendulum” by Matthew Skarha, Vincent Cusson, Christian Frisson, and Marcelo M. Wanderley
- “Making Mappings: Design Criteria for Live Performance” by Travis West, Baptiste Caramiaux, Stéphane Huot, and Marcelo M. Wanderley
- “MapLooper: live-looping of distributed gesture-to-sound mappings” by Christian Frisson, Mathias Bredholt, Joseph Malloch and Marcelo M. Wanderley
- “NIME and the Environment: Toward a More Sustainable NIME Practice” by Raul Masu, Adam Pultz Melbye, John Sullivan, and Alexander Refsum Jensenius
- “The T-Stick Music Creation Project: An approach to building a creative community around a DMI” by Takuto Fukuda, Eduardo Meneses, Travis West, Marcelo M. Wanderley
- “Interpolating Audio and Haptic Control Spaces: Using Radial Basis Function Interpolation in a Multimodal Space” by Juliette Regimbal and Marcelo M. Wanderley
- “Higher Order Gestalt Fromage for two T-Sticks” by Takuto Fukuda and Ana Dall’Ara-Majek
- “Synthetic Icescapes” by Kasey Pocius
- “NIME Eco Wiki: A Crash Course“, organized by John Sullivan, Raul Masu, and Adam Pultz Melbye, with Alexander Refsum Jensenius