The Garden of Forking Paths

Infinite
eTextile Toolkit

Mei Zhang - CN

#physical #collaboration
#womeninmediaarts
The Artist's Inner Speech
About Interactivity

Chatbot

Betül Aksu - TR

#virtual #womeninmediaarts
UVTOWER
Musical sequencer

Andrea Guidi - IT
Giacomo Lepri - IT

#physical #soundart
#collaboration
Seeing Sounds, Hearing Shapes
Interactive web app

Sebastian Löbbers - DE

#virtual #soundart
Sonicdraw
Interactive web app

Teo Dannemann - CL

#virtual #soundart
Sundowning
Virtual reality film

Shivani Hassard -  UK
Angela McArthur - UK
Vanessa Pope - UK/CH

#virtual #womeninmediaarts
#collaboration
PRISM BELL
Digital musical instrument

Lia Mice - AU

#physical #soundart
#womeninmediaarts
Ars Electronica 2020
Media and Arts Technology
Queen Mary University of London
UK



Sonicdraw
Teo Dannemann - CL



Sonicdraw is an interactive web app that translates drawings into sound in real-time.

Lines, shapes and airbrushes are intuitively mapped to sound oscillators, noises and filters, enabling visitors to explore visual textures and quickly create looped sound pieces. Visitors are invited to share their finished sound drawings and explore the work of others in an online gallery. 

Sonicdraw is inspired by the role of sketching in architecture and design as a creative tool for generating ideas and structures. Since Iannis Xenakis’ seminal graphical interface UPIC [1], many compositional tools have been developed that map sketches to sound and generative music. These interfaces have proved successful in the contexts of collaborative [2] and individual music creation [3] and sound design [4].

Teodoro Dannemann - CL

Teo Dannemann is an engineer, musician and researcher. His interests lie in collective music performance and the synergies or emergent properties that propel collective interaction. His research explores how human-music interaction changes in a human-computer interaction context.

t.dannemann@qmul.ac.uk
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