Ubiquitous Instruments and OSC extentions
Ubiquitous instruments describe a class of digital, mobile, musical instruments that demonstrate cultural characteristics similar to traditional analog instruments such as piano and guitar in the era where the casual salon represented a form of entertainment and community exchange.
Open Sound Control (OSC) is capable of supporting a new language of musical objects, enabling data exchange and interoperability between ubiquitous instruments (UbI).
:: R E S O U R C E S ::
Please see our original paper, presented at ICMC 2014:
Mobile Phones as Ubiquitous Instruments: Towards Standardizing Performance Data on the Network
For a summary see the
:: C O N T A C T ::
Nathan Bowen -- nbowen AT vcccd DOT edu --
David Reeder -- davidreeder AT mobilesound DOT org --