Robosonic: Randomness-Based Manipulation of Sounds Assisted by Robots

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Robosonic: Randomness-Based Manipulation of Sounds Assisted by Robots

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Title: Robosonic: Randomness-Based Manipulation of Sounds Assisted by Robots
Author: Luz, Filipe Costa; Bila, Vasco; Jorge, Rui
Abstract: In this text, we intend to explore the possibilities of sound manipulation in a context of augmented reality (AR) through the use of robots. We use the random behaviour of robots in a limited space for the real-time modulation of two sound characteristics: amplitude and frequency. We add the possibility of interaction with these robots, providing the user the opportunity to manipulate the physical interface by placing markers in the action space, which alter the behaviour of the robots and, consequently, the audible result produced. We intend to demonstrate through the agents, programming of random processes and direct manipulation of this application, that it is possible to generate empathy in interaction and obtain specific audible results, which would be difficult to otherwise reproduce due to the infinite loops that the interaction promotes.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10437/572
Date: 2009


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