Harp and motion tracking

In this piece the location and position of the glow stick on the wrist of the harpist controls audio processing and sample triggering. Programming/music by Greg Burgess and Ethan Lustig, and harp performance by Samantha Ballard. Part of the Interactive Music and Performing Arts Research Training (IMPART) program with Sonic UBC Laptop Sounds and Sensors (SUBCLASS).

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Arts, Science, and Engineering students working on gesture-tracking environments for use in responsive/interactive performances.
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One Response to Harp and motion tracking

  1. Lynnette says:

    Hi there,
    I really liked the video, it’s pretty cool.
    I was wondering if you could tell me what hardware and software you used to track the light? I’m doing a creative music project and and hoping to possibly use an Xbox 360 Kinect to track a light ball in water to do something sort of similar, and it would be great if you were able to help.

    Thanks.
    Lynnette.

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