Probabilistic Interactive Installations

Constance G. Baltera, Sara B. Smith, Judy A. Franklin

We present a description of two small audio/visual immersive installations. The main framework is an interactive structure that enables multiple participants to generate jazz improvisations, loosely speaking. The first uses a Bayesian Network to respond to sung or played pitches with machine pitches, in a kind of constrained harmonic way. The second uses Bayesian Networks and Hidden Markov Models to track human motion, play reactive chords, and to respond to pitches both aurally and visually.

Subjects: 1.1 Art And Music; 6. Computer-Human Interaction

Submitted: Feb 8, 2007

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