Sharing Data in Collaborative, Interactive Performances:
the SenseWorld DataNetwork

Presented at New Interfaces for Musical Expression 2009 (NIME 2009)

Abstract

The SenseWorld DataNetwork framework addresses the issue of sharing and manipulating multiple data streams among different media systems in a heterogenous interactive performance environment. It is intended to facilitate the creation, rehearsal process and performance practice of collaborative interactive media art works, by making the sharing of data (from sensors or internal processes) between collaborators easier, faster and more flexible.

Authors

  • Marije A.J. Baalman [Design and Computation Arts, Concordia University - Montreal, Quebec]
  • Harry C. Smoak [Design and Computation Arts, Concordia University - Montreal, Quebec]
  • Christopher L. Salter [Design and Computation Arts, Concordia University - Montreal, Quebec]
  • Joseph Malloch [Input Devices and Music Interaction Lab, McGill University - Montreal Quebec]
  • Marcelo Wanderley [Input Devices and Music Interaction Lab, McGill University - Montreal Quebec]

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