The primary goal is to develop interpolation tools for Max/MSP, PD and related environments.
Now that the remaining major problem with the current experimental patches and objects has been overcome (finding a suitable basis function and normalization) we can merge our work into a unified tool.
Here are some source implementation to study and draw from:
How do I find sensor, controller and demonstrables on the CNMAT site?
You may have to log in to get access to these. Here is Yotam's guide:
Naked to the Sky (2016)
for movement artist, violin, saxophone, piano, percussion, and motion-sensitive live electronics
P.A.I.R.S is a project of 2017 UC Berkeley Graduating Senior, Andrew Rahman, and was funded by the UC Berkeley Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program (SURF). The purpose of the P.A.I.R.S. project is to capture the reverberation characteristics of historic spaces for archival and creative use.
Cindy Cox, Pianos
Concerto solo piano/sampler keyboard, twelve musicians, and live electronics
I. Dark, Racing
III. Quirky, like a turning wheel
IV. Slowly revolving, wistful
Hazardous Materials #1 (2016)
Percussion trio and electronics (sound and light)