The design of a smartphone-based digital musical instrument for jamming
Open-ended human-computer interactions, such as those in interactive digital art and music, are an increasingly popular area of study in HCI. They provide an opportunity to examine playfulness, creativity and expression and challenge conventional HCI notions of quality, evaluation and how to measure success. Jamming-improvisational group music making-is often held up as an example of open-ended creativity. This thesis describes the development of Viscotheque, an iPhone- based digital musical...[Show more]
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