The Michigan Mobile Phone Ensemble is a unique musical group that builds and plays electronic instruments on iPhones. The group formed from a class Georg Essl started teaching in 2009. Essl was involved in the development of Ocarina, a popular iPhone app that turns the phone into a flute-like instrument.
Computing provides us with incredible opportunities to reshape our interactions with the world. Faculty like Georg Essl are engaged in a number of projects under the umbrella of interactive systems, in which they explore and propose new means of creativity and new paradigms foe human/computer interaction. You can learn more about interactive systems research, or another aspect of computer science and engineering, at the Computer Science and Engineering Department website.
Click here to learn more about Georg Essl’s research.
That’s a great news, if we can use iPhone as an instrument to learn “orchestra”. I will contact this musical group to get detail information. Really very appreciate your post.