Research

Form Follows Sound presented at CHI 2015

Thanks to the support of ERC, the Department of Computing and the Graduate School at Goldsmiths, I joined the rest of the EAVI team in Seoul, South Korea, to attend ACM SIG CHI 2015. Seven of us went to CHI this year to present two papers one note, which disclosed EAVI’s research methods, approaches and outcomes in sonic interaction design, […]

Paper accepted at CHI 2015!

I am very excited to announce that the paper we wrote on Form Follows Sound, the series of research workshops on Embodied Sonic Interactions we delivered last year, has been accepted for a full paper presentation at the ACM SIG CHI 2015 in Seoul, South Korea. Thanks to ERC, EAVI and the Department of Computing, who […]

Investigations on Sonic Affordances: Sound as medium for interactions

I presented a poster at the Music, Digitisation, Mediation conference in Oxford, on an initial investigation of sound-related affordances and their contribution to sound-movement relationships. This is the accepted abstract. Affordance is a concept originated in the field of ecological psychology, described by Gibson as the potential for actions between an animal and its environment. […]

Towards Gestural Sonic Affordance – Paper presented at NIME 2013

On May 2013, part of EAVI research group (including myself) went to NIME 2013 in Daejeon/Seoul to present our last research and performances. This year, i presented in the poster session a research paper written with Atau Tanaka and Baptiste Caramiaux, on current investigation on sonic affordances. Following up the current research on sound-related affordances […]