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G. W. Young and Katie Crowley
MusTWork
The Design of Tangible Digital Musical Instruments
2016
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Róisín Loughran and James McDermott
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University College Dublin
10-JUN-16
10-JUN-16
Here we present guidelines that highlight the impact of haptic feedback upon the experiences of computer musicians using Digital Musical Instruments (DMIs). In this context, haptic feedback offers a tangible, bi-directional exchange between a musician and a DMI. We propose that by adhering to and exploring these guidelines the application of haptic feedback can enhance and augment the physical and affective experiences of a musician in interactions with these devices. It has been previously indicated that in the design of haptic DMIs, the experiences and expectations of a musician must be considered for the creation of tangible DMIs and that haptic feedback can be used to address the physical-digital divide that currently exists between users of such instruments.
http://www.ucd.ie/t4cms/MusTWork_2016_Proceedings.pdf
ISBN 978-1-910963-04-3
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