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September 05, 2018

Ars Electronica 2018

A team of researchers and artistis from the Media and Arts Technology programme has been busy organising, producing, and showing a fantastic MAT Exhibition as part of Ars Electronica 2018. The Augmented Instruments Lab contributed to this event with two artworks and one workshop!

Andrea Guidi & Becky Stewart - Bela workshop

Build a Musical Wearable with Paper Circuitry and Bela Mini!

Lia Mice - ChandeLIA

The ChandeLIA is an unique suspended musical instrument that explores spatial gesture mapping and microtonality.

Giacomo Lepri & Fabio Morreale - Cembalo Srivano

The Cembalo Scrivano is an interactive audiovisual installation based on an augmented typewriter.

Full details of the MAT Exhibition here