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2015 IEEE Symposium on 3D User Interfaces (3DUI) (2015)
Arles, France
March 23, 2015 to March 24, 2015
ISBN: 978-1-4673-6886-5
pp: 207-208
Stefania Serafin , Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark
Amalia De Gotzen , Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark
Smilen Dimitrov , Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark
Steven Gelineck , Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark
Cumhur Erkut , Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark
Niels Christian Nilsson , Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark
Francesco Grani , Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark
Rolf Nordahl , Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark
Stefano Trento , Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark
ABSTRACT
We propose a reconstruction of Russolo's original Intonarumori instruments which uses modern physical and virtual prototyping techniques such as laser cutting, sensors technologies and sound synthesis algorithms. Compared to the original instruments by Russolo, the different sonorities are produced in software, instead of physically changing the material of the vibrating strings and wheels present inside the instrument. This approach provides flexibility while maintaining playing style, sonorities and physicality of the original instruments proposed by Russolo.
INDEX TERMS
Instruments, Synthesizers, Sensors, Wheels, Noise measurement, Art, Three-dimensional displays
CITATION

S. Serafin et al., "The digital Intonarumori," 2015 IEEE Symposium on 3D User Interfaces (3DUI), Arles, France, 2015, pp. 207-208.
doi:10.1109/3DUI.2015.7131773
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