Publication at CMMR 2015

Mari Romarheim Haugen presented the paper Evaluating Input Devices for Dance Research at the 11th International Symposium on Computer Music Multidisciplinary Research (CMMR2015) in Plymouth, UK.


Evaluating Input Devices for Dance Research.

Haugen, M. R. and Nymoen, K. (2015).



Recording music-related motions in ecological valid situations can be challenging. We investigate the performance of three devices providing 3D acceleration data, namely Axivity AX3, iPhone 4s and a Wii controller tracking rhythmic motions. The devices are benchmarked against an infrared motion capture system. 
The devices tracked simple and complex rhythmic motions to pre-recorded music and were evaluated both based on the data quality and also in terms of how suitable the systems seem for tracking music-related motions in real-world situations. The various systems represent different trade offs with respect to timing, accuracy and precision.


Published July 1, 2015 8:41 AM - Last modified Dec. 6, 2018 5:21 PM