The Augmented Instruments Laboratory

The Augmented Instruments Laboratory is part of the Centre for Digital Music (C4DM) at Queen Mary University of London. Founded in 2011, the lab is led by Andrew McPherson and includes members and collaborators from across C4DM, including PhD students on the QMUL Media and Arts Technology programme.

The lab has received funding from EPSRC, AHRC, the Royal Society and Queen Mary Innovation. In addition to its research and performance activities, it has launched two successful Kickstarter campaigns leading to spinout companies: TouchKeys (Kickstarter; website) and Bela (Kickstarter; website).

Latest Lab News

August 21, 2017

Audio Mostly 2017 Workshop

Bela workshop at Audio Mostly 2017 in London

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July 10, 2017

HCI International 2017

Robert Jack presents research on latency in digital musical instruments at HCI International 2017 in Vancouver

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May 21, 2017

Music from the Augmented Instruments Laboratory

Evening concert of music from the Augmented Instruments Laboratory

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