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How can new technology help you to play a new musical instrument? The E-Sense research programme is experimenting with novel augmentation devices to explore sensory, bodily and cognitive extension. In this interdisciplinary research, philosophy and art combine with various flavours of computing: ubiquitous; wearable; and physical. We take a look at how E-Sense's speculative philosophical research experiments, built on the 1960's work of Paul Bach-Y-Rita's minimal tactile vision sensory substitution (TVSS) systems, are now helping progress research in other very practical applications.

By: The OpenLearn team (The Open University,)

  • Duration 10 mins
  • Updated Thursday 29th October 2009
  • Posted under Music
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Track 1: Sensory augmentation devices

How can new technology help you to play a new musical instrument? The E-Sense research programme, which is building novel augmentation devices to explore sensory, bodily and cognitive extension, will begin to explain this through a short, insightful video.


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