This chapter explores the relation between the field of ubimus and Internet of Musical Things (IoMusT), especially in the light of the latest research works in these two intersecting fields. It presents different types of musical things, namely smart instruments, mobile devices, and wearables, which enable ubiquitous musical activities. The chapter also presents current trends in research on communication technologies, which can support networked ubimus interactions between different human actors. It discusses some of the challenges currently present in the IoMusT field whose solutions are expected to positively impact the ubimus field. The chapter surveys recent technological advances related to devices capable of supporting musical activities in ubiquitous contexts. The features of smart instruments enable novel forms of interaction between musicians and their instruments, between musicians and audience members, or between musicians. Such technologically mediated interactions may occur in both co-located and remote settings.

Ubiquitous music in the Internet of Musical Things / Turchet, Luca; Essl, George; Fischione, Carlo. - (2020).

Ubiquitous music in the Internet of Musical Things

Turchet, Luca;
2020-01-01

Abstract

This chapter explores the relation between the field of ubimus and Internet of Musical Things (IoMusT), especially in the light of the latest research works in these two intersecting fields. It presents different types of musical things, namely smart instruments, mobile devices, and wearables, which enable ubiquitous musical activities. The chapter also presents current trends in research on communication technologies, which can support networked ubimus interactions between different human actors. It discusses some of the challenges currently present in the IoMusT field whose solutions are expected to positively impact the ubimus field. The chapter surveys recent technological advances related to devices capable of supporting musical activities in ubiquitous contexts. The features of smart instruments enable novel forms of interaction between musicians and their instruments, between musicians and audience members, or between musicians. Such technologically mediated interactions may occur in both co-located and remote settings.
2020
Ubiquitous Music Ecologies
Londra
Routledge
Turchet, Luca; Essl, George; Fischione, Carlo
Ubiquitous music in the Internet of Musical Things / Turchet, Luca; Essl, George; Fischione, Carlo. - (2020).
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