Bacchus is a kinetic sound sculpture, built by Jim Murphy, intended as an examination of the use of mechatronic components as a means of extracting new sounds from common objects.
Bacchus Triptych, built by Jim Murphy, is an outgrowth of the bacchus kinetic sculpture designed to allow direct human interaction.
Kritaanjli is a mechatronic harmonium built by Jim Murphy and Ajay Kapur.
MechBass, built by James McVay, is a 4-stringed modular mechatronic bass guitar. Pitch shifts are accomplished with stepper motor-based linear motion systems, and picking events can be performed with variable loudness.
|Mutor||Mutor is a mechatronic sound-object, designed by Mo H. Zareei, in which the sound of a DC motor is controlled and manipulated, in terms of frequency, timbre, and amplitude, through mechatronics and microcontroller programming.||Nudge||
Nudge, built by Jim Murphy, is a mechatronic drum beater designed to retain the simplicity of traditional solenoid mechatronic drum beaters but to afford composers additional expressive parameters.
Rasper, built by Mo H. Zareei, is a mechatronic noise-intoner in which mechatronics and microcontroller programming are used in order to highlight the audiovisual nosies of urban technologies.
Rippler is a mechatronic sound sculpture, created by Mo H. Zareei, in which a sheet of steel is put onto a rippling motion using linear actuators.
Swivel 2, built by Jim Murphy and James McVay, is a six-module robotic slide guitar.
|Chronome||Chronome is a monome-inspired Grid, with Color and Pressure Sensitivity built by Owen Vallis and Jordan Hochenbaum.||pyxis minor||pyxis minor is is a novel instrument / sequencer / synthesizer developed by Timothy Barraclough.|
|ESuling||Esuling, built by Jason Erksine, is an Indonesian hyperinstrument modified with sensors and a microchip.||EZither||EZither, built by Blake Johnston, is an electronically-augmented, bowed zither.|
|Kontrol|| Kontrol, designed by Jon He and Kameron Christopher, is a hand interface built to extract the intricate expressivity of performers of various performative backgrounds.
|MagneticTapes||MagneticTapes is a custom built interface for musical expression built by Bridget Johnson.|
|mHzKontrol||mHzKontrol is a custom-built MIDI controller built by Mo H. Zareei.||Modulome||Modulome is a modular, wireless interface collection based on the Monome and Arduinome projects built by Timothy Barraclough.|
|tactile.space|| tactile.space is a multi-touch performance interface for live sound diffusion built by Bridget Johnson.
|touch.modular|| touch.modular is an interactive multi-touch synthesis program built by Bridget Johnson.
|xingyue|| xingyue, built by Jon He, is hand gesture recognition for thumb, middle, and ring fingers.
|Chronus_2.0||Developed by Bridget Johnson, Chronus_2.0 is a custom built physical spatial controller designed to be easily incorporated into an electronic musicians performance configuration.|
|Artifice||Artifice, by Mo H. Zareei.||Brutalist Noise Ensemble||The Brutalist Noise Ensemble, by Mo H. Zareei.|
|complex||complex, by Mo H. Zareei.||Gradient||Gradient, by Mo H. Zareei.|
|Immanence||Immanence, by Paul Mathews and Timothy Barraclough, is a multimedia installation, designed to provide an unsettling experience through use of non-tactile sensors, reactive moving parts and live sampling of sound.||Nebular||Nebular, by Bridget Johnson and Blake Johnston, is a performance piece featuring the EZither and tactile.space.|
|Orbits||Orbits, by Timothy Barraclough, is an interactive installation for Modulome interfaces.||Rasping Music||Rasping Music is an audiovisual piece using four mechatronic instruments, in which phase-shifting patterns of the mechanically produced noise are accompanied by synchronous bursts of white lights, creating a hybrid state in a trade-off between irregularity of noise and regularity of metric rhythms.|
|yamoto-damashii / gendruwo||
yamoto-damashii / gendruwo, by Bridget Johnson and Jason Erskine, is a performance piece featuring the Esuling and MagneticTapes.