MetaMallette is a device used to play music and computer-assisted music and images in real-time and in a group. Meta-Mallette uses algorithms that come from Puce Muse researches on the relationship between gesture, sound, and image in collaboration with other research centers.
A demonstration of the device took place February 19, 2014.
The workshop has four meetings during which participants will learn to use MetaMallette interface (joystick) to create a sound and visual content, and finally, they will design multimedia pieces played during the JAS / JIM organized in collaboration with Musinfo in ENSA, Bourges.
This joystick, usually used for flight simulator games, is set to play the sound samples, project images and video clips. It's a gestural, programmable and intuitive interface. It offers several modes of sound play and image diffusion.
workshop animated by Robert Rudolf
Days in March, April and May, 2014
May 19 in Tours
May 21 in Bourges
May 23 in Orléans