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KISS2014 Presentations

Recordings from the four sessions of presentations at KISS 2014 in Lübeck Germany. A complete schedule of the sixth annual Kyma International Sound Symposium can be found at

KISS2014 -- Controlling Organic Sound in Kyma Using Leap Motion: Chi Wang

The Leap Motion is a small USB device that can observe a roughly one-meter hemispherical operation area, synthesizing 3D position data operated by objects (performer’s hands in this composition). Using two monochromatic IR cameras and three infrared LEDs, the performer’s hands in the operation area can be reported in real time to the host computer thus controlling musical parameters in real time through Kyma. In this presentation, I will demonstrate how to organically integrate Kyma language and the controllers’ data together, increasing the musical expression of the compositions.

Saturday 27 September 2014, Musikhochschule Lübeck Kammermusiksaal