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Advanced Media Control Through Drawing: Using a graphics tablet to control complex audio and video data in a live context

By Stephen Gibson and Justin Love

Abstract

This paper demonstrates the results of the authors’ Wacom tablet MIDI user interface. This application enables users’ drawing actions on a graphics tablet to control audio and video parameters in real-time. The programming affords five degrees (x, y, pressure, x tilt, y tilt) of concurrent control for use in any audio or video software capable of receiving and processing MIDI data

Topics: W100, W200, W300, W900
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:nrl.northumbria.ac.uk:7050

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