In June I travelled to NIME2018 at Virginia Tech to present some of work from the RITMO centre and EPEC project at the University of Oslo. This year, our NIME presentations were focussed on “standstill performance”—where participants have to stand as still as possible to create sound. In previous years, our group had created standstill performances using motion capture in the lab, but our new work was on ways to do this at live events, and even in installations, using the Bela single-board computer.
Charles Martin is a postdoctoral fellow specialising in music technology and machine learning at the Department of Informatics, University of Oslo.
This website includes Charles' personal blog, portfolio of projects and music, and academic profile.