From Fiction to Function: Imagining New Instruments Through Design Workshops
This article introduces a series of workshop activities carried out with expert musicians to imagine new musical instruments through …
Marcelo M Wanderley
NIME 2021 paper accepted
Last week the NIME 2021 conference their reviews of submissions and I’m happy to say that our paper ““NIME and the Environment: Toward a More Sustainable NIME Practice” was accepted.
Mar 25, 2021
On March 11th (the 365th day of COVID-19 realities here in Montreal as well as the rest of the world), I successfully defended my Ph.D. dissertation “Built to Perform: Designing Digital Musical Instruments for Professional Use”.
Mar 14, 2021
ECO_NIME: A wiki for sustainable NIME research
The NIME officers are happy to introduce the ECO_NIME wiki, a community-based repository information and resources about environmental sustainability in NIME research and artistic practice.
Last updated on Mar 19, 2021
Working towards environmental sustainability in NIME
I’m happy to be serving alongside Adam Pultz Melbye and Raul Masu as an environmental officer for the NIME conference. We have published statement on the environmental goals for planning of future NIME conferences as well as promoting sustainability in NIME research.
Oct 31, 2020