Category Archives: FAST

FAST report on Industry Day at Abbey Road Studios

Read our report on our fascinating Industry Day at Abbey Road Studios. Advertisements

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FAST’ing with Robert Thomas

Over the summer Adrian Hazzard from the Mixed Reality Lab (Nottingham) spent some time with Robert Thomas. Robert is a leading music composer and experience designer with an extensive track record in the creation of music which adapts in real-time to … Continue reading

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Climb! on its way to Finland

Climb! is off to Finland for a performance at the Iittalia Music Festival, on Thursday 14th. Once again composer of the work Maria Kallionpää will be performing Climb! alongside a selection of her other works. Looking forward to it!

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Climb! at the Reflective Conservatoire Conference 2018: Artists as Citizens

Maria Kallionpää and the MRL team presented the third performance of Climb! at the Reflective Conservatoire Conference today. The event was held at the Guidhall School of Music and Drama, at the Barbican Centre, London. It was a great mix … Continue reading

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D-Box at ACM DIS Conference

I went to the ACM Designing Interactive Systems (DIS) conference in Brisbane this June to talk about our paper Designing for exploratory play with a hackable digital musical instruments and to demo the D-Box. Reference: McPherson, Andrew P. and Chamberlain, Alan and Hazzard, Adrian and McGrath, … Continue reading

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FAST at CHI 2016

Read the report from FAST project partners contribution to the CHI 2016 conference at San Jose, California, USA.  

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FAST in Paris!

The FAST project had its second all hands meeting in the perfect surroundings of Paris this February. Find out more about it here.

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