NIME 23 – Seven IDMIL papers at this year’s conference in Mexico City




John Sullivan

IDMIL researchers presented seven papers at this year’s NIME conference (31 May – 3 June) in Mexico City, Mexico.

This year’s papers are the following:

  • “eTu{d,b}e: case studies in playing with musical agents,” by Tommy Davis, Kasey Pocius, Vincent Cusson, Marcelo M. Wanderley, and Philippe Pasquier;
  • “Tools and Techniques for the Maintenance and Support of Digital Musical Instruments,” by Albert-Ngabo Niyonsenga and Marcelo M. Wanderley;
  • “T-Patch: a software application for T-Stick Digital Musical Instruments,” by Takuto Fukuda and¬†Marcelo M. Wanderley;
  • “Towards the T-Tree 2.0: Lessons Learned From Performance With a Novel DMI and Instrument Hub,” by Paul Buser, Kasey Pocius, Linnea Kirby, and Marcelo M. Wanderley;
  • “Addressing Barriers for Entry and Operation of a Distributed Signal Mapping Framework,” by Brady Boettcher, Eduardo A. L. Meneses, Christian Frisson, Marcelo M. Wanderley, and Joseph Malloch;
  • “The Puara Framework: Hiding complexity and modularity for reproducibility and usability in NIMEs,” by¬†Eduardo A. L. Meneses, Thomas Piquet, Jason Noble, and Marcelo M. Wanderley;
  • “Prehistoric NIME: Revisiting Research on New Musical Interfaces in the Computer Music Community before NIME,” by Marcelo M. Wanderley.

Three papers were presented online (video: Fukuda, Boettcher, Meneses), while the others were presented live in Mexico (Davis, Niyonsenga, Buser, Wanderley).

Here are some pictures of the event.

Marcelo, Kasey, Tommy, Albert and Paul at the Bibllioteca Vasconcelos.