Tangible Music Interfaces Using Passive Magnetic Tags

10/04/2020
by   Joseph A. Paradiso, et al.
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The technologies behind passive resonant magnetically coupled tags are introduced and their application as a musical controller is illustrated for solo or group performances, interactive installations, and music toys.

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