When: Wednesday 4th April, 2018 @ 5:10 PM
Where: Lecture Theatre B, James Clerk Maxwell Building, Kings Buildings, University of Edinburgh
Sonic interaction design for cultural heritage
Stefania Serafin (Aalborg University, Copenhagen, Denmark)
Sonic interaction design is a relatively novel discipline at the intersection of interaction design and sound and music computing. In this talk I will present several examples of the use of sonic interaction design for reconstructing unusual musical instruments recreating their sonorities using physics based sound models, as well as reconstructing their physical interface using modern fabrication techniques and sensors technologies.
Stefania Serafin is professor of sound for multimodal environments at Aalborg University Copenhagen. She has previously been assistant and associate professor at the same university. She received a PhD from Stanford University in 2004. She is the president of the Sound and Music Computing Association and the project leader of the newly establish Nordic Sound and Music Computing network: https://nordicsmc.create.aau.dk/