Troy Rogers

Troy Rogers
Expressive Machines Musical Instruments (EMMI)

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The Modular Electro-Acoustic Robotic Instrument System (MEARIS) represents a new type of hybrid electroacoustic-electromechanical instrument model. Monochord-Aerophone Robotic Instrument Ensemble (MARIE), the first realization of a MEARIS, is a set of interconnected monochord and cylindrical aerophone robotic musical instruments created by Expressi...
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An overview of the various automata of the Man and Machine robot orchestra found at the Logos Foundation in Ghent, Belgium, is presented. This extensive orchestra features over 45 organ-like instruments, monophonic wind instruments, string instruments, percussion instruments, and noise generators. One automaton of each instrument category discussed...
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Art, music, and science come together as computer musicians and computer scientists collaborate to create EyeMusic, a system for composing and performing eye-controlled musical and multimedia compositions. In EyeMusic, an eye-tracking device communicates with a musical and multimedia authoring environment to enable composers and artists to sonify a...
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EyeMusic v1.0 explores how eye movements can be sonified to show where a person is looking using sound, and how this sonification can be used in real time to create music. EyeMusic provides a unique physical interface to an electronic music composition. An eye tracking device (the LC Technologies Eyegaze Communication System) reports where the perf...
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PercusBot Study No. 1 is the first work composed for this ensemble of computer-controlled, mechanically activated drums and bells (a percussion robot named "PercusBot") created by the composer. When not engaged in performances at weddings, funerals, and bar mitzvahs to earn money for new appendages and objects to strike, PercusBot enjoys exploring...
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In this project, eye tracking researchers and computer music composers collaborate to create musical compositions that are played with the eyes. A commercial eye tracker (LC Technologies Eyegaze) is connected to a music and multimedia authoring environment (Max/MSP/Jitter). The project addresses issues of both noise and control: How will the perfor...

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