Six IDMIL Papers Accepted for NIME24 in Utrecht!




John Sullivan

Congratulations to all IDMIL researchers for their contributions to NIME 2024, held online and in Utrecht, Netherlands from September 4-6.

This year’s papers include:

  • “Take Five: Improving Maintainability and Reliability of the T-Stick” by Albert-Ngabo Niyonsenga, Marcelo M. Wanderley
  • “The Obstacle Course of DMI Performance: Two Case Studies with T-Stick and Karlax” by Gaël Moriceau, Yulin Yan, Marcelo M. Wanderley and Dominic Thibault
  • “R-FF: A Single Reed Haptic Library for the TorqueTuner” by Maxwell Gentili-Morin and Marcelo M. Wanderley
  • “Sygaldry: DMI Components First and Foremost” by Travis J. West, Stephane Huot, and Marcelo M. Wanderley
  • “Sonic Touch: A Haptic Toolkit for Fast Vibrotactile Prototyping” by Oren Ronen, and Marcelo M. Wanderley
  • “Designing DMIs with(in) a Music Culture: A Participatory Design Process with the Xamba Quilombola Community” by Joao Tragtenberg, Filipe Calegario, Marcelo M. Wanderley, and Virginia Cavalcanti

Please check their papers and see you at Utrecht!