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). 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.Thus, CoMo.education allows to translate gestures into sound in order to animate a story in an interactive way. CoMo.education is designed for children and teachers of kindergartens and primary schools to enable the creation of sound and moving stories.
By Marion Voillot, Joël Chevrier, Frédéric Bevilacqua and Joseph Larralde
In collaboration with IRCAM-STMS
CoMo : Copyright and Credits
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-3-Clause
CoMo © IRCAM-STMS licensed under BSD-3-Clause,
Research and Development: Benjamin Matuszweski, Joseph Larralde, Jean-Philippe Lambert, Frederic Bevilacqua (coordination)
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