The blog posts of this section relate to the module Human-Computer Interaction in the course MCT4000 Introduction to Music, Communication and Technology. The aim of the module is to discover the theory and practice in the field of human-computer interaction applied to music technology.
Staggering towards the light
During a hackathon in our introduction course to physical computing, we developed a prototype of a DMI. In our blog post from this project we explained how the system was built and gave a short summary of our performance. In this blog post however, we will look at the instrument from an HCI-perspective. Where the main focus will be a summary of the problem space, the research question, the methodology used and our main findings and contributions.
Prototyping musical instruments
Prototyping musical instruments in the name of recycling - exploring Orchestrash from an HCI point of view
During our Human Computer interaction seminar, Anna Xambó asked us to create a blog post with notable people in music technology that inspire us. Here are the submissions from the class.