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Premiered at the Open House Festival of the 23rd BCS conference on Human Computer Interaction in Cambridge, UK.
The Gaggle prototype has been imagined, designed and developed in order to experiment personally with such interfaces, and primarily with the link between sensor (in this case 'pings'), physical computing board (in this case Arduino) and SuperCollider audio language.
The Gaggle Project (Richard Hoadley) has been supported by Anglia Ruskin University Digital Performance Laboratory, the ARCDigital, and CoDE.
Gaggle provides an opportunity to investigate performance using Gaggle, including questions such as:
Beautifully and inspiringly danced by Jane Turner's dancers. More information at janeturner.net.
We are in the process of investigating further new developments in the links between dance, movement and music.
Gaggle @ HCI2009 2nd Performance from Richard Hoadley on Vimeo.
Gaggle Demo at MIST Conference, March 2010, Cambridge UK from Richard Hoadley on Vimeo.
Other and higher resolution videos of Gaggle performances are available at Videos on Vimeo.