Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Mark D. Gross
Miller S. Puckette
In music, and the arts, electronic and computational technologies have created new ways of working, enabling new forms of creative expression and new experiences. New media artists and experimental musicians are exploring the possibilities enabled by computational, interactive and robotic technologies, and digital fabrication tools to enable new forms of expression and to create new experiences for audiences. The artists and musicians who employ these technologies at the bleeding edge create new techniques, hardware and software. New mediums and approaches like augmented reality, 3D printing, interactive and kinetic sculpture, new interfaces for musical expression, and robotic musical instruments are nascent compared to the violin or oil paints. These mediums represent new opportunities for that require new tools and approaches to realize their potential. This dissertation is about creating and using such design tools for interactive music.
Harriman, Jeffrey Wood Jr., "The Development and Use of Scaffolded Design Tools for Interactive Music" (2016). ATLAS Institute Graduate Theses & Dissertations. 14.