Nettsider med emneord «motion capture»

Publisert 16. juni 2019 21:57

As preparations for the Motion Capture Workshop next week, we will be giving an introduction to using the NaturalPoint Optitrack system that is currently set up in the fourMs Lab.

Publisert 16. juni 2019 22:16

fourMs-researchers wil participate in the Department of Musicology's semester opening concert.

Kristian Nymoen, Anders Tveit, Alexander Refsum Jensenius: Bloom and Scrambler (for iPhone and small speakers)

Yago de Quay, Ståle Skogstad: Posture (with Xsens motion capture)

Publisert 16. juni 2019 22:16

fourMs-researchers wil perform at the VERDIKT conference:

iPhone ensemble playing Bloom and Scrambler (for iPhone and small speakers). Featuring Alexander Refsum Jensenius, Kristian Nymoen, Anders Tveit, Arve Voldsund and Viet Phi Uy Hoang.

Dance Jockey by Yago de Quay and Ståle Skogstad (using Xsens inertial motion capture)

 

Publisert 23. juli 2012 15:29

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

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Publisert 23. juli 2012 15:29

Cynthia M. Grund, Network Coordinator for NNIMIPA, has posted a page with pictures and videos of the motion capture session done with American pianist William Westney during his visit to Oslo in February. There are also links to a video recording of a small discussion between Cynthia Grundt, William Westney and Alexander Refsum Jensenius on some of the topics discussed during the NNIMIPA workshop in Oslo.

Publisert 23. juli 2012 15:29

We have uploaded a few pictures from the Open Lab last week, and research fellow Kristian Nymoen has made a few short videos presenting the use of the Qualisys motion capture system.

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Publisert 23. juli 2012 15:29

Videos from the Semester opening concert are now available on YouTubeiPhone trio and Dance jockey. See below for more information.

Publisert 23. juli 2012 15:29

Our new motion capture system is presented in the Qualisys newsletter from May. We have been working with Qualisys to create an integrated solution for handling recording and streaming of music-related body movement data, and look forward to working with the new system in the coming years!

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Publisert 10. juli 2012 09:10

This software enables realtime streaming of mocap data from the MoCap toolbox for Matlab, synchronised with audio. 

Publisert 31. aug. 2012 15:02

The MoCap Synthesiser is a set of generic tools for making real time motion tracking devices into musical instruments. One feature extraction module and two sound modules are included.

 

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Publisert 23. juli 2012 15:29

fourMs-researchers were heavily present at the annual VERDIKT conference yesterday. In addition to a lecture and poster presentations, we also contributed a performance with the iPhone ensemble and a motion capture performance. More info below.

A performer on stage.
Publisert 4. juli 2013 13:08

In the Dance Jockey project, we have used a full-body inertial motion capture system, the Xsens MVN suit, for musical interaction.

People doing different moves. Drawings.
Publisert 23. aug. 2012 11:55

The Musical Motion Capture Database is being developed for storing all sorts of musical motion capture data.

Dancer in black with blue surroundings.
Publisert 12. okt. 2017 14:41

The goal of the innovation project SoundTracer is to develop an app for searching in large music libraries through moving a mobile phone in the air.

Publisert 19. juni 2018 09:54

An intensive PhD-level training course on sound and motion analysis with experts in sound and music computing from the Nordic countries.

Publisert 23. juli 2012 15:29

FourMs will host an international workshop on motion capture in music 12-16 October 2009, with guests from McGill University and University of Jyväskylä. There will be three public lectures: 

Publisert 23. juli 2012 15:29

Publication: Godøy, R. I., Jensenius, A. R., and Nymoen, K. (2010). Chunking in music by coarticulation. Acta Acoustica united with Acoustica, 96(4):690–700. [Fulltext]

Abstract: In our own and other research on music-related actions, findings suggest that perceived action and sound are broken down into a series of chunks in people's minds when they perceive or imagine music. Chunks are here understood as holistically conceived and perceived fragments of action and sound, typically with durations in the 0.5 to 5 seconds range. There is also evidence suggesting the occurrence of coarticulation within these chunks, meaning the fusion of small-scale actions and sounds into more superordinate actions and sounds. Various aspects of chunking and coarticulation are discussed in view of their role in the production and perception of music, and it is suggested that coarticulation is an integral element of music and should be more extensively explored in the future.

Publisert 23. juli 2012 15:29

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.

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Publisert 7. jan. 2013 14:51

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

Publisert 19. juni 2018 09:40

A workshop for exploring advanced methods for capturing and analysing human music-related motion.

People sitting by a computer
Publisert 13. mars 2019 20:47

RITPART is a partnership project with the aim of connecting RITMO to world-leading research groups in USA, Canada and Japan.

Piano, motion capture
Publisert 17. okt. 2013 14:42

Motion Capture recording of William Westney performing excerpts from piano pieces by Franz Liszt and Harold Arlen.

Finn Upham
Publisert 29. feb. 2020 07:36

By Finn Upham (McGill University), visiting researcher at RITMO during February 2020

Publisert 21. okt. 2021 11:50
Publisert 4. apr. 2013 10:28