Works

I am interested in machine learning, audio/music signal processing and multimedia information retreival. I also enjoy working on interactive media arts. Projects I have worked on so far include sound event detector, personalized audio equalizer, mobile phone-based musical performance, Markovian model for rhythm analysis, as well as several interactive sound installations.


[2016]

I-SED: Interactive Sound Event Detector

 

[2014]

Speeding Learning of Personalized Audio Equalization

Try this personalized audio Equalizer interface, SocialEQ: socialeq.org

[2013]

  Probabilistic Prediction of Rhythmic Characteristics in Markov Chain-based Melodic Sequences
This project deals with probabilistic rhythm analysis using Markov chain. I present an interactive improvisation system which allows the user to control the level of syncopation and rhythmic tension in real-time.

  I.M.Hear
I.M.Hear
is a tabletop interface that uses mobile devices as UI components. Position of each mobile device on the table is tracked down in real time only using acoustic signals in "theoretically audible, but practically inaudible range" (TAPIR).

[2012]

  Where Are You Standing?
Where Are You Standing? is an interactive, collaborative mobile music piece using smartphones' digital compass.

 

Turning Into Sound
Turning Into Sound is an interactive multimedia installation. People can make music by drawing on a white board with three color pens.

 

[2011]

Dance performance with mobile phone-Don't Imagine
Don't Imagine is  a new media dance performance. I participated as a multimedia engineer to develop mobile-phone based interactive music controllers for dancers.

 

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