Psychoacoustician @ Digital Creativity Labs, University of York. Making better sound meters.
I am interested in how we perceive sound. What happens in our brains when we hear, how we can use this information to make new tools for sound and music, and by extension to build new connections between people.
In January - March 2019 I will be engaged in an iCURE research project scoping potential uses for biophsyiological tools in digital creativity (primarily sound and music computing) contexts.
More information on this research programme is available at the iCURE website: https://www.setsquared.co.uk/programme/icure-programme/
My previous research includes industry collaborations using EEG, BCI, and other biophysiological sensors to monitor, evaluate, and provide tools for control of sound and music computing interactions.
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