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created by Zac Chupka, Kyle Burns, and Danielle LaRose and the EAMIR community (2014)

Description:

This system was designed to informally teach students to basics of music composition through motion tracking and augmented reality. Users will find themselves standing on the moon surrounded by planets and other space-like objects. These objects may be interacted with by "touching" them with any part of their body. Activating these objects will play various instruments that accompany a looping drum track to create a well composed song. They may be triggered in dozens of different combinations to give the song a unique feel. It teaches how songs are created and how instruments work together to make them sound audibly pleasing.

 

Download:

Version 1.2

 

Source requires Max 6 or later

 

Use & Implementation:

This project was developed and implemented in a special needs classroom as part of an undergraduate third-year project, the Interactive Qualifying Project, or IQP, at WPI.

 

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