Music in the interactive room

In this project, Johannes Lunde Hatfield in collaboration with Ph.D. fellow Ulf A.S. Holbrook will develop and establish a digital learning laboratory at the Norwegian Academy of Music, through which successful approaches to instrumental practice and performance preparation are thoroughly investigated and improved.

The main objective of the project is to develop and establish a digital learning laboratory through which successful approaches to instrumental practice and performance preparation are thoroughly investigated and improved. The project consists of an explorative phase, a development phase and an applied phase. Through close collaboration with students and teachers, the first phase has investigated key-challenges of the transfer from the practice room to the concert and audition stage. The project´s second phase consist of developing state of VR-simulation through 3D-animation and 3D-technology. 

The laboratory is intended for future research on instrumental practice and performance enhancement, music student´s performance preparations, and workshops on instrumental practice. The third of the project will thus mainly consist of the implementation of VR-performance and -audition simulation in regard to performance preparations. The project is a part of Centre of Excellence in Music Performance Education´s (CEMPE) fey portfolio. The goal is furthermore to strive for continuous refinement of technological solutions applied throughout the project period.

 

 

 

Last updated: 18. January 2017