Scenography of immersive virtual musical instruments

Abstract : Immersive Virtual Musical Instruments (IVMIs) can be considered as the meeting between Music Technology and Virtual Reality. Being both musical instruments and elements of Virtual Environments , IVMIs require a transversal approach from their designers, in particular when the final aim is to play them in front of an audience , as part of a scenography. In this paper, we combine the main constraints of musical performances and Virtual Reality applications into a set of dimensions, meant to extensively describe IVMIs stage setups. A number of existing stage setups are then classified using these dimensions, explaining how they were used to showcase live virtual performances and discussing their scenographic level.
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Florent Berthaut, Victor Zappi, Dario Mazzanti. Scenography of immersive virtual musical instruments. VR Workshop: Sonic Interaction in Virtual Environments (SIVE), 2014 IEEE, Mar 2014, Minneapolis, United States. ⟨10.1109/SIVE.2014.7006285⟩. ⟨hal-01222454⟩

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