Mogees: A Project That Uses Microphones To Turn Any Surface Into An Interactive Board


Users plug any contact microphone onto a surface — be it a tree, a cupboard, a piece of glass or even a balloon. They can then record several different types of touch using their hands or any objects that cause a sound — so one sound could be a hand slap, another could be a finger tap and another could be hitting the surface with a drumstick. Users can train the system to detect new types of touch recording them just once

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WWW Ircam: “Images of a Work” Documentary Series

Entering Philippe Manoury‘s studio is understanding the persistence of continual research on the interaction between musicians and computer systems. This film seizes a few instants of conversations between the composer and computer scientists, researchers, and musicians leading up to the premiere of his string quartet where the real and synthesized quartets share musical figures and blur frontiers.
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Pascal Lesport is  a software developer and sound artist .

Born in France in 1970, he studied Mathematics and Music in Paris. He has been a professional sound designer/developer  since 1999, with extensive international experience in Europe, Asia , and the Middle East. While at IRCAM he started to focus on sound processing. He began to create music for films, softwares for installations and for musicians in the contempory and electronic scenes. While being actively involved in pushing forward the concept of real-time audio, video and streaming installations, he focused on real time 3D based applications and developed the 3L software.

Pascal is currently involved in software development and sound designing. He is also teaching real-time audio and video processing in universities .

Great Site! Thanks Pascal.