I recently traveled to Pisa, Italy to attend the 4th Annual International Symposium on the Internet of Sounds, this short blog discusses some of the highlights from that trip.
My name is Matt Peachey. I am a PhD student in the Faculty of Computer Science at Dalhousie University, in Halifax, Canada. I am currently working on research projects at the intersection of Machine Learning, Human Computer Interaction, and Music.
More broadly I am interested in better understanding how humans can more effectively interact with intelligent systems. As research into Generative AI continues to expand, I believe that it is important to understand how domain experts can leverage this technology in ways that offer high levels of precision and control while maximizing the value of their individual expertise.
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Here I'm demoing one of my projects that uses Google's MediaPipe Hands for ML powered motion-capture for hand-tracking and uses that data to control parameters of a digital synthesizer in real time.
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I participated along side Shannon Myles in two "Ocean of Data" challenges, where we developed innovated solutions to specific ocean related problems. We were proud to be awarded the top entry in both challenges.
This blog post provides a little bit of context about who I am & what I'm interested in. Take a read to learn more!