Augmented Tango Shoe Controller

Augmented Tango Shoe Controller Conceptualized during an NYU class called New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME),  the Augmented Tango Shoe sends data representing a dancer's feet/leg gestures via Bluetooth to a computer. Specialized software sonifies the data into electroTango-inspired music. The ATS has been  in hibernation for a few years but  shall wake one day.…

Google Glass

Google Glass Laura is not an early adopter, per se, but has always gotten excited by wearable computing devices.  When google announced the release of Glass, which focuses on momentary interactions via a display mounted on the frames and a bone conducting transducer (a speaker that transmits sound directly to your inner ear by vibrating…

The Air Band

The Air Band Back in ‘07, the boys were nice to let me join theairband. These computer music hand controllers were developed by music technologist Langdon Crawford. Yes, the main shell was PVC piping from good ‘ol home depot. MIDI controlled, Max/MSP executed. A highlight included performing at The Stone, David Byrne’s eclectic East Village…