Research paper accepted by IUI 2023, the top conference on Human-Computer Interaction
We are glad to announce that one of our papers, a musical instrument practice support system based on Crossmodal Correspondences, will be presented at The 28th Annual Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI 2023).
This work is joint research by OMRON SINIC X and The University of Tokyo (Cyber Interface lab. and Saruwatari & Koyama lab.).
“IUI 2023” is one of the leading international conferences on Human-Computer Interaction, with 24% of the 274 submissions accepted in 2023.
Presentations from OSX and the University of Tokyo are scheduled for March 31 at 1:30 p.m. local time.
＜Accepted Paper Information＞
Title: 「TimToShape: Supporting Practice of Musical Instruments by Visualizing Timbre with 2D Shapes based on Crossmodal Correspondences」
Authors: Kota Arai※1, Yutaro Hirao※1, Takuji Narumi※1, Tomohiko Nakamura※1,Shinnosuke Takamichi※1 and Shigeo Yoshida※2
※1: the University of Tokyo ※2:OSX
In this work, we propose a method to represent timbres in 2D shapes based on the “correspondence between timbres and shapes” that people have in common. For more detailed information, please refer to the following article(Link).
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