CoMo.education allows to translate recorded gestures into sound in order to animate a story in an interactive way. CoMo.education is designed for children and teachers to enable the creation of sound and moving stories.
In collaboration with IRCAM-STMS
Video ©QuentinChevrier : a presentation of Como at work with children
Based on software COMO from IRCAM for Smartphones, the CoMo.education project is a collaboration between the ISMM-Interaction Son Musique Mouvement team of IRCAM-STMS and the Motion Lab team of CRI Paris. Resulting from the Element research project, CoMo.education is an extension of the CoMo application (for Collaborative Motion; it can be tried here). The Element project allows to "stimulate the learning of movements in human-computer interactions". The aim is to create both motion vocabularies and to design computational models capable of analyzing users' movements in real time to provide multimodal feedback.
CoMo.education: CoMo in Smartphones generates gesture explorations
The CoMo ecosystem was initiated within the framework of the RAPID-
MIX project, an Innovation Action funded by the European Commision
(H2020-ICT-2014-1 Project ID 644862). Current supports include
the ELEMENT project (ANR-18-CE33-0002). It uses the Soundworks
framework developed in the CoSiMa project (ANR-13-CORD-0010),
developed by Benjamin Matuszweski, Norbert Schnell and Sébastien
Robaszkiewicz, Waves libraries developed in the Wave project (ANR-
12-CORD-0027) and the XMM library developed by Jules Françoise.
Special thanks to: Roland Cahen, Marion Voillot, Olivier Houix,
Anne Dubos, Jan Schacher, Joël Chevrier, Jean-François Jégo,
Xavier Boissarie, Michelle Agnes Magalhaes
CoMo-Education © IRCAM-STMS and CRI-Paris, 2019-2020
Research and Development: Marion Voillot, Joseph Larralde,
Benjamin Matuszweski, Frédéric Bevilacqua and Joël Chevrier
CoMo-Education is based on CoMo by IRCAM-STMS, licensed under BSD-
CoMo © IRCAM-STMS licensed under BSD-3-Clause,
Research and Development: Benjamin Matuszweski, Joseph Larralde,
Jean-Philippe Lambert, Frederic Bevilacqua (coordination)