Live computer music (multimedia) work, composed in 2010 and premiered in Russia. For this work, the composer developed a new interface system for musical expression. The new interface has 8 channels of infrared-ray distance sensors. This instrument is set up with two mic-stands on the stage. The performer also wears the specially developed instrument called MiniBioMuse-III which is 16 channels EMG sensor of the performance. The graphic part of this work is real-time OpenGL 3D graphics, which is live-controlled by the performance. This work is programmed in Max/MSP/jitter environment.
=== About the performer:
Yoichi Nagashima: composer/researcher/PE, was born in 1958 in Japan. Since 1991 he has been the director of the Art & Science Laboratory in Hamamatsu, Japan. He is a professor of Shizouka University of Art and Culture, Faculty of Design, Department of Art and Science. He was the General Chair of NIME04.
=== Recorded at:
11th International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression. 30 May - 1 June 2011, Oslo, Norway.
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