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Interactive Media Research Group / Profile

Home Page: http://www-ccrma.stanford.edu/~mburtner/IMRG.html

Focus

Tool Development, Networking

Overview

The IMRG (interactive media research group) develops new technologies for artistic engagements and actions in the creative and academic spheres. Projects include new software development, robotics, human-computer interface hardware, and telematics. The group was formed in 2007 by Matthew Burtner.

The IMRG (interactive media research group) develops new technologies for artistic engagements and actions in the creative and academic spheres. Projects include new software development, robotics, human-computer interface hardware, and network applications. the group was formed in 2007 by Matthew Burtner. Chief areas of development include human/computer ensembles, telematics, robotics, and human/computer interface development.

People

recent members/collaborators:

Matthew Burtner, computer music

Irwin Reyes, computer science

Timothy Dalbey, statistics, mathematics,

David Topper, computer music

Troy Rogers, computer music

Scott Barton, computer music

Steven Kemper, computer music

Arin Albin, systems engineering

Jason Johnson, architecture

Joy Wang, architecture

Megan Manson, architecture

 


Sub-Projects


Organization has no sub-projects.