01 October 2022 → 30 September 2026
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
- Acoustics and acoustical devices, waves
Engineering and technology
- Biomedical instrumentation
- Automation, feedback control and robotics
The proposed project suggests to create a methodology and technology for adaptive music interaction based on biomonitoring of movement, heart, EEG and other biomarkers. Monitoring humans during the interaction provides relevant metrics for evaluating the effect of the interaction and characterising it. This research will include important aspects of music interaction in humans in its new methodology: embodiment and prediction.