Trans Wall allows people to see,hear, and touch others throughthe display while interacting withdisplay content.
Performers accompanythemselves by pushing,leaning on, and bendingsteel wires.
4. The Vocal
Opera singers can use the VocalChorder, a large interactiveinstrument, to add new elementsto their performance. The deviceallows performers to interactivelyaccompany themselves throughpushing, leaning on, and bendingsteel wires. Audience memberscan also use the instrument tointeract with the operatic voice.
When a person steps into the
Vocal Chorder, its wires enable
full-body interaction to explore
the sounds and the interactive
pyramid projected in front of the
performer. It is a visualization
of the child in Ray Bradbury´s
short story “Tomorro w´s Child,”
born in another dimension and
perceivable by its parents only as
Unander-Scharin, A., Höök, K.,
and Elblaus, L. Interacting with
the vocal chorder: Re-empowering
the opera diva. CHI 2014 Extended
Abstracts. ACM, New York, 2014,
Unander-Scharin, C., Unander-Scharin, A., and Höök, K. TheVocal Chorder: Empowering operasingers with a large interactiveinstrument. Proc. CHI 2014. ACM,New York, 2014, 1001–1010.
Carl Unander-Scharin, University
College of Opera and KTH Royal
Institute of Technology
email@example.comÅsa Unander-Scharin, LuleåUniversity of Technology
firstname.lastname@example.orgKristina Höök, Mobile Life K THRoyal Institute of Technology
email@example.comLudvig Elblaus, K TH RoyalInstitute of Technology
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