01x - Digital Intersection of Music, Art & Audience


Virtual Theatre


The 01X Project utilizes digital technology to reinvent the live concert experience, breaking down traditional barriers to create an interactive visual and musical encounter.
Collaborators
  • Susan Lakin, School of Photographic Arts and Sciences, Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Katie Verrant, New Media Design and Imaging, Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Peizhao Hu, Computer Science, Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Ashita Khetan, Computer Science, Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Minseok Kwon, Computer Science, Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Veronica Lin, Industrial Design, Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Robert McCartney, Computer Science, Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Stephen Petoniak, Industrial Design, Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Matthew Tidridge, 3D Digital Design, Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Andrew Hollenbach, Computer Science, Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Matthew Cox, Eastman School of Music
  • Publications
  • Hollenback, A, Cox, M., and Geigel, J., (2016) "A Dynamic 3D Performance Space for Control of Virtual Musical Instruments", In: ACM International Conference on Interactive Surfaces and Spaces (ISS 2016), Niagara Falls, Canada. (to appear)
  • Geigel, J., P. Hu, A. Khetan, M. Kwon, S. Lakin, V. Lin, R. McCartney, S. Petoniak, M. Tidridge, and K. Verrant (2016). PULSE: An Infrastructure for Collection of Audience Heartbeats for Music Visualization. In: 2016 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications Demonstrations (PerCom Demos 2016). Sydney, Australia.
  • Presentations
  • PULSE: Audience heartbeats visualized to music, ImagineRIT 2015, May 2, 2015, Rochester Institute of Technology.
  • 01X: Digital Intersection of Music, Art, and Audience, September 18-19, 2014, Rochester Fringe Festival.
  • Sound ExChange: Interactive Music & Visual Art, ImagineRIT, May 3, 2014, Rochester Institute of Technology.
  • Links
  • Web page for the 01x Project.