Urban Musical Game
The interface for the interactive system Urban Musical Game is a game that will be held in the place Igor-Stravinsky in front of IRCAM.
Equipped with motion sensors, the balls work like digital interfaces, controlling the parameters of the sound environment pre-composed by Andrea Cera. Users can play with the balls—dribbling, juggling—to control the sounds and create music.
Presented during the digital arts festival Futur en Seine, this system has been created by IRCAM, the digital design agency NoDesign, and the association Phonotronic using the findings from the Interlude project supported by the French national agency for research.
Norbert Schnell, Julien Bloit, Nicolas Rasamimanana, Frédéric Bevilacqua, Benjamin Miller, software | Emmanuel Fléty, Côme Maestracci, prototype | Jean-Louis Frechin, Uros Petrevski, design | Andrea Cera, composition
A project led by the Real-Time Musical Interactions team at IRCAM, NoDesign, and Phonotonic with the support of the Région Île-de-France and Cap Digital, a part of the Futur en Seine 2011 Festival and the CENTQUATRE.
Photo: © Deborah Lopatin
Friday, June 17 and Saturday, 18, 2011, 3pm-8pm / Place Igor-Stravinsky, Paris
- Dates: Installation presented Friday, June 17-Sunday, June 26
- Free Entrty
- Website Futur en Seine