EvoluSon: Walking through an Interactive History of Music

Abstract : The EvoluSon project proposes an immersive experience where the spectator explores an interactive visual and musical representation of the main periods of the history of Western music. The musical content is constituted of original musical compositions based on the theme of Bach's Art of Fugue to illustrate the eight main musical eras from Antiquity to the contemporary epoch. The EvoluSon project contributes at the same time to the usage of VR for intangible culture representation and to interactive digital art that puts the user at the centre of the experience. The EvoluSon project focuses on music through a presentation of the history of Western music, and uses virtual reality to valorise the different pieces through the ages. The user is immersed in a coherent visual and sound environment and can interact with both modalities. This project is the result of collaboration between a computer science research laboratory and a research laboratory on art and music. It was first presented to a public event on science and music organised by the computer science research laboratory.
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Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press (MIT Press), 2018, Special Issue: Virtual and Augmented Reality in Culture and Heritage, 26 (3), pp.281-296. 〈10.1162/pres_a_00298〉
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Ronan Gaugne, Florian Nouviale, Octavia Rioual, Arnaud Chirat, Kevin Gohon, et al.. EvoluSon: Walking through an Interactive History of Music. Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press (MIT Press), 2018, Special Issue: Virtual and Augmented Reality in Culture and Heritage, 26 (3), pp.281-296. 〈10.1162/pres_a_00298〉. 〈hal-01661727〉

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