Ben Bengler (UK), Fiore Martin (UK), Dr. Nick Bryan-Kinns (UK) – Queen Mary University of London – Centre for Digital Music (UK)
THU September 8, 2016 – MON September 12, 2016, 10 AM – 7:30 PM
POSTCITY, 1st floor
Collidoscope lets people experience collaborative music making through a simple intuitive interface – your voice and the world around you. Combining the best elements of a piano keyboard with an interactive interface, participants work together to create imaginative soundscapes. Collidoscope is for everyone – whether you’re an amateur or professional musician and is designed for accessibility. Collidoscope is an excellent example of the output achieved when supporting and building upon Creativity and IT in education, research and industry. Collidoscope’s awe-inspiring success has reached over 12 million views on social media.
Collidoscope is a collaboration between Ben Bengler, Fiore Martin and Dr. Nick Bryan-Kinns at the Centre for Digital Music (C4DM), Queen Mary University of London. Ben is a Research Associate in Interaction Design at University College London. Fiore is a Software Developer specialising in real-time audio, visuals and haptics. Nick is a Reader in Interaction Design and Director of the EPSRC+AHRC Media and Arts Technology Centre for Doctoral Training at QMUL.