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Introduction

  • Filipe Calegario
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Part of the Computational Synthesis and Creative Systems book series (CSACS)

Abstract

This chapter introduces the importance of studying physical, programmable, and interactive artifacts for artistic expression for the area of human-computer interaction. Additionally, we discuss challenges in designing digital musical instruments and present the objectives with the research questions regarding the conception and implementation of those devices. Finally, we describe our approach to addressing the questions by presenting the concept of instrumental inheritance, the method of morphological analysis, and the toolkit for functional prototyping.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Filipe Calegario
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  1. 1.Centro de Informática (CIn-UFPE)Federal University of PernambucoRecifeBrazil

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