Bruno Zamborlin presents “Mogees”, a contact microphone-based system for the augmentation of sound objects. With this system, the acoustic properties of common daily objects are analysed in real-time and augmented in order to interact with them as musical devices.
After working for several years at the IRCAM IMTR team, Bruno Zamborlin is now a joint-PhD interaction researcher between IRCAM (Paris) and the Goldsmiths college (London). His interest focuses on real-time gesture recognition for performing arts and the design of new interfaces for musical expression. He regularly works with musicians and choreographers and presented his installations and music productions all around Europe.