Blatherwick, A. and Cobb, J. E., 2015. SenseEgg: A wireless music controller for teaching children with special learning needs. In: ICSRiM: Music, Multimedia and Electronics (iscMME), 15 June 2015, University of Leeds.
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Creation of new interfaces for musical expression can be especially challenging when targeted at end users having complex learning needs. Such users have sensory, cognitive, or physical impairments, which affect their ability to play traditional instruments, leading to a diminished music making experience. Technology can often help bridge the gap between the user and their musical intentions. However, its use in schools introduces additional constraints, such as, affordability, acceptance by staff and acceptable learning time. We developed the SenseEgg system to address these issues.
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