Webpages tagged with «music»

Published June 24, 2017 9:08 PM

The fourMs Forum is a monthly seminar for all interested researchers.

Published June 24, 2017 9:07 PM

The fourMs Forum is a monthly seminar for all interested researchers.

Published June 24, 2017 9:07 PM

The fourMs Forum is a monthly seminar for all interested researchers.

Published June 17, 2017 5:28 PM

An overview of how eye tracking is used by UiO researchers.

Published June 13, 2017 3:10 PM
Published Feb. 17, 2017 7:58 PM

The XTH Sense is an award-winning, free and open biophysical technology. Participants will build their own low cost, biophysical muscle sounds sensor, and experience an intensive training on bodily performance of music, live video and other media.

Published Jan. 21, 2017 7:38 PM

Jim Tørresen will present the ROBIN group at Department of Informatics.

Published Jan. 21, 2017 7:27 PM

Anne Danielsen, Kristian Nymoen, Mari Romarheim Haugen and Gui Camara present the new project "Timing and Sound in Musical Microrhythm" (TIME).

Published Jan. 21, 2017 7:24 PM

Tor Endestad will present the research of the FRONT neurolab in the Department of Psychology.

Published Jan. 7, 2017 6:16 PM

Pritty and Patrick Patel-Grosz (Linguistics) and Bruno Laeng (Psychology) will present some of their latest research.

Published Aug. 16, 2016 9:14 PM

Solveig Aasen (IFIKK) and Kai Olav Ellefsen/Jim Tørresen (IFI) will present some of their latest research in music, dance, movement, robotics and health applications.

Published June 9, 2016 6:58 PM

A new paper by fourMs researchers Rolf Inge Godøy, Minho Song, Kristian Nymoen, Mari Romarheim Haugen & Alexander Refsum Jensenius, Exploring Sound-Motion Similarity in Musical Experience, has been published by Journal of New Music Research.  (PDF)

Published Jan. 7, 2013 2:51 PM

Research fellow Kristian Nymoen will defend his dissertation on Friday 25 January 2013.

Methods and Technologies for Analysing Links Between Musical Sound and Body Motion

Published Sep. 5, 2012 8:22 AM

Transformation is an improvisation piece for electric violin and live electronics. It is based on the idea of letting the performer control a large collection of sound fragments while moving around on stage. 

Published Aug. 25, 2012 11:44 AM

We are happy to announce the publication of our new book: 

Rolf Inge Godøy and Marc Leman (2009). Musical Gestures: Sound, Movement, and Meaning. New York: Routledge.

Summary: We experience and understand the world, including music, through body movement–when we hear something, we are able to make sense of it by relating it to our body movements, or form an image in our minds of body movements. Musical Gestures is a collection of essays that explore the relationship between sound and movement. It takes an interdisciplinary approach to the fundamental issues of this subject, drawing on ideas, theories and methods from disciplines such as musicology, music perception, human movement science, cognitive psychology, and computer science.

Published Aug. 25, 2012 11:44 AM

Postdoctoral researcher Alexander Refsum Jensenius just published the book “Musikk og bevegelse” (Music and movement). This is a text book in Norwegian giving an overview of theory and methods used in the study of music-related movements.

Published Aug. 21, 2012 3:05 PM

Forskningsprosjektet Music, Motion, and Emotion: Theoretical and Psychological Implications of Musical Embodiment ved Institutt for musikkvitenskap, Det humanistiske fakultet, utlyser inntil to studentstipend for mastergradsstudenter som er i gang med eller planlegger sine mastergradsoppgaver. Søknadsfrist: 15. februar 2010 

Published Aug. 21, 2012 3:05 PM

We are happy to welcome Yago de Quay for a Short Term Scientific Mission (STSM) through the COST IC0601 Action on Sonic Interaction Design (SID). He will be working at fourMs from 2 August to 30 September with a project entitled Interactive Music 2.0: User-driven ad hoc dance clubs . Bio and more information below.

Published Aug. 21, 2012 3:05 PM

Postdoctoral researcher Kyrre Glette participated in (and won!) the 64kB intro competition at the Assembly computer festival in Helsinki. A 64kB intro is an executable program in 64kB which includes realtime generation of graphics and music.

The animation includes a dancing robot, where the motion is based on data recorded with our new Qualisys infrared motion capture system.

Graphics programming done by Kim Kalland, Thomas Kristensen and Kyrre Glette. Sound programming and music by Gergely Szelei-Kis.

Published Aug. 21, 2012 3:05 PM

This week's version of the student newspaper Universitas has an article about music and movement, featuring visiting researcher Yago de Quay .

Published Aug. 15, 2012 11:45 AM

Gesture Controlled Audio Systems (ConGAS) was an EU COST Action running from 2004 to 2007.

Published Aug. 7, 2012 3:10 PM

The Music, Motion, and Emotion-project will host a seminar with four open lectures at Department of Musicology:  Program Monday 10 May

Kl. 10.15-11.30, Auditorium 1, Georg Sverdrups Hus: Filosof Mark Johnson, University of Oregon Kl. 11.45-13.00, Auditorium 1, Georg Sverdrups Hus: Kognitiv psykolog Raymond Gibbs, University of California, Santa Cruz: "Embodiment in metaphorical imagination" Kl. 14.15-15.15, Salen, ZEB-bygget: Musikkviter Lawrence Zbikowski, University of Chicago Kl. 15.30-16.30, Salen, ZEB-bygget: Musikkviter Steve Larson, University of Oregon

 

Published Aug. 7, 2012 3:05 PM

Artistic research fellow at the Norwegian Academy of Music Victoria Johnson and fourMs-researcher Alexander Refsum Jensenius will perform a piece exploring improvisation in time and space during a concert that also features pieces by Henrik Hellstenius and Peter Tornquist.

Johnson and Jensenius have been collaborating for several years on exploration of various types of technologies for musical expression. The piece currently presented is based on video analysis using modules from the Musical Gestures Toolbox in Jamoma and CataRT .

 

Published Aug. 7, 2012 3:05 PM

Postdoctoral researcher Alexander Refsum Jensenius will hold an open lecture during the annual "Faglig-pedagogisk dag" at University of Oslo.

Tittel: Musikk og bevegelse

Sammendrag: Musikk oppstår som bevegelse hos musikeren, og musikk skaper bevegelse hos den som lytter. Selv om de fleste er enige om at kropp og bevegelse er en naturlig, og essensiell, del av musikkopplevelsen, har det vært påfallende lite fokus på musikkrelaterte bevegelser i undervisning og forskning. Forelesningen vil gi en helhetlig presentasjon av hvordan vi kan forstå og studere musikkrelaterte bevegelser.