Developing a virtual piano playing environment


Broersen, Alexander and Nijholt, Anton (2002) Developing a virtual piano playing environment. In: IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies, ICALT 2002, 9-12 September 2002, Kazan, Russia (pp. pp. 278-282).

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Abstract:In this paper the framework for a multimedia platform called ADRI is described which aids in playing the piano. A 3D-piano with visualisation of notes was built in a virtual environment and connected with a real synthesizer using Midi to interact with a user. Multiple users can play together on the virtual piano in this 3D environment from different locations. Multiple agents were made, each with its own independent functionality within the multi-agent platform. Using this system an artificial piano teacher can be developed further to give the environment more educational value and to aid a real piano teacher with his lessons. The environment can also be used as an administrative tool or knowledge base with lessons, songs or other information needed for piano playing.
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