2007 11th IEEE International Symposium on Wearable Computers (2007)
Boston, MA, USA
Oct. 11, 2007 to Oct. 13, 2007
Dominik Schmidt , Ludwig-Maximilians-Universit
Asim Smailagic , Carnegie Mellon University, email@example.com
Roger B. Dannenberg , Carnegie Mellon University, firstname.lastname@example.org
Daniel P. Siewiorek , Carnegie Mellon University, email@example.com
Bernd Bugge , Technische Universit
Our study focuses on finding new input devices for a system allowing users with any skill to configure and conduct a virtual orchestra in real-time. As a first step, we conducted a user study to learn more about the interaction between a conductor's gestures and the orchestra's reaction. During an orchestra rehearsal session, we observed a conductor's timing and gestures using the eWatch, a wrist-worn wearable computer and sensor platform. The gestures are analyzed and compared to the music of the orchestra.
R. B. Dannenberg, A. Smailagic, D. P. Siewiorek, B. Bugge and D. Schmidt, "Learning an Orchestra Conductor's Technique Using a Wearable Sensor Platform," 2007 11th IEEE International Symposium on Wearable Computers(ISWC), Boston, MA, USA, 2007, pp. 1-2.