2019 for the robotic instruments PAM, modular percussion and percussive aerophone (built by WPI’s MPR Lab and EMMI) by Scott Barton A groove changes identity depending on the tempo it
2021 for virtual and robotic strings and percussion by Scott Barton robotic instruments by WPI’s Music Perception and Robotics Lab and EMMI Mechanophore was inspired by the force-sensitive molecular units
August 23, 2017; Web Audio Mostly Concert; Audio Mostly Conference; 93 Feet East; London, England
Spring 2017 In the work, a human performer, Cyther (a human-playable robotic zither) and modular percussion robots interact with each other. The interaction between these performers is enabled by both
for flute, clarinet, piano, violin, cello, tom-tom, PAM (robotic string instrument), and robotic percussion Fall 2014 – Spring 2015 commissioned by the Juventas New Music Ensemble Machine expressivity is often
WPI’s commitment to the study of music is evident through groundbreaking research and student projects in several areas of music technology. Faculty are working in musical robotics, assistive learning technologies,
I have been developing software that allows humans to improvise with the robots built by EMMI and the Music, Perception and Robotics Lab at WPI. The bots have interacted with
This is a video about my residency as a sponsored artist at High Concept Laboratories in Chicago in the summer of 2013. By Carly Mostar.